Use a batch of suffocated meatballs with barbecue sauce to invigorate parties or weekend dinners. This mashup combines classic meatballs and rich barbecue sauce to bring an irresistible combination of sweet, savory and smoky flavors, making it impossible to eat just one.
Because rolling meatballs is enough, we made this recipe as simple and delicious as possible without too many steps. Roasting meatballs in the oven is a quick way to cook a lot of meatballs-no need to stand on the stove! — And, better yet, it helps the meatballs maintain their beautiful round shape.
The tampered barbecue sauce purchased in the store can improve the flavor with the least amount of ingredients and time, helping you customize the flavor according to your favorite sauce. The extra apple cider vinegar and sweet molasses-flavored brown sugar complement the richness of the meatballs.
What is the secret of tender meatballs?
The key is not to overuse the meatball mixture, and use meat with enough fat (preferably about 15% to 20%) so that the meatballs can remain juicy. You also need to add ingredients that promote softness, such as bread crumbs, eggs, or milk.
How do you cook meatballs without drying?
Don't stew meatballs in the sauce for a long time. Since these meatballs are tender and juicy right out of the oven, just add them to the frying pan and stir well; they will quickly absorb all the rich barbecue flavors. The end result is a delightful appetizer or main course with minimal effort and large rewards.
What's the use of grilled meatballs?
These barbecued meatballs are perfect for appetizers with toothpicks during cocktail time. In order to serve these meatballs for dinner, they are perfect for the following: