Meatballs from minced meat are prepared by almost every caring housewife. However, with today’s pace of life, these cute “meatballs” require too much time. To quickly feed your family with a healthy soup or a complete second course, you can use frozen meatballs. In your spare time, you can make as many meatballs as you like and freeze them.
For a simple and affordable recipe you will need lean minced meat, preferably a combination, and half an hour of effort. Formed portions of meatballs are frozen by the piece and stored in a bag or plastic container in the freezer for up to one month without loss in taste and quality. Airtight packaging prevents the airiness (semi-cooked minced meat).
Agree, it’s very convenient when you have the meat semi-finished products own preparation with proven composition and high quality ingredients. For baking or cooking, frozen meatballs are used immediately from the freezer. It is better to fry them thawed, rolled in ground crumbs or flour. Enjoy cooking and enjoying homemade meals, favorite recipes and delicious chopped meat dishes.
How to freeze minced meatballs
- Pour stale white bread with warm milk. Cut the meat into medium cubes and pass through a meat grinder along with the soaked bread. Chop peeled onions. It is better to cut it very finely. Similarly chop the greens.
- Add salt, onion, herbs and spices to the mince. Whisk the egg and also fill the cutlet dough with it. Stir the ingredients well and form a lump. Take it in your hands and forcefully throw it into a deep bowl 10 times. This way you will get a dense and quality minced meat mince.
- Lubricate your hands and cutting board with vegetable oil. Shape the minced meat into round meatballs 3 to 4 cm in diameter. Place the meatballs 3 to 4 cm in diameter on a board, spacing them apart from each other. To prevent the portions from sticking together when frozen.
- Place the meatballs in the freezer for several hours. Place the frozen meatballs in a double bag or plastic container. Store at -10 degrees for no more than one month from the date of freezing.