Beef hemp meatball-made a la casa
I have decided to experiment with the recipe for myself to see how it would turn up! -Beef Hemp Meatballs
Pasta and meatballs are a traditional, reassuring meal easy to cook especially if can get those ready from the supermarket.
It depends on what type of beef you want to use some people will use chicken.
I enjoy every type of dish although these days I am cutting on red meats.
Prep Time: 60 minutes
Cooking Time: 1 h and 10 minutes it took me longer to get the things together
- 400g. Beef chicken thighs
- 2 Tablespoons.
- Hemp Hearts 2 Tp. red onion
- 2 Tablespoons of sliced parsley
- 2 Tp Almond flour but I did not Tablespoons one available
- Hemp to garnish!!!!
After trying to follow this recipe I did end up doing my thing there some I did have so it was an experiment since I am reading and researching a lot about Hemp or Marijuana and it turns out all right
Follow the Original Recipe Cooking Process adding beef and hemp
Preheat your oven to 375 º degrees F. Rub olive oil all over the pepper and tomato and chuck it in the oven on a parchment covered sheet pan or oven-safe dish.
The tomato will just require 15-20 minutes to be perfectly roasted.
Get rid of the tomato and set it aside when roasted and soft.
Turn the pepper every 15 minutes or two till the skin of the pepper is perfectly charred.
This will take about 50-60 minutes in all. Set the pepper aside with the tomato to cool.
In a bowl, integrate all the meatball active ingredients together. Permit the mix to rest for 5 minutes.
Gather all meatballs and place them on a gently oiled sheet pan or glass meal.
Bake for about 20 minutes or until they reach an internal temperature level of 165 degrees F.
Peel the stem of the pepper off and dispose of the stem and the seeds inside of the pepper.
Run the pepper under water and peel and discard the skin of the pepper.
Place the pepper, tomato, and staying with ingredients in a mixer or food processor and blitz up until the nuts are small and a sauce types.
You can leave the sauce a little rustic and chunky or blend it more to make it smooth.
Finally, I use garnish with chopped parsley and Hemp. It did taste pretty good I am used to cooking.
The end result I was quite happy not as the original recipe, after following the recipe using Hemp to add a bit of flavor to the dish.
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Of course, my original plate did not look like this one but it tasted really good
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