Nonna’s Meatballs (made gluten free)

nonna's meatballs

Today’s post is a recipe for Nonna’s meatballs; I was given this recipe a while ago, but never got around to making it until recently – gluten free meatballs are hard! I first tried making gf meatballs when Phillip and I first dating and they fell apart, I don’t take food failures very well, so I just never tried again (until now, obviously)

This time, we used panko crumbs instead of  breadcrumbs and they were great! The meatballs held together really well, and they were delicious (I’m sure they would be just as good if you used them with regular bread crumbs).

Anyway, enough babbling, here is the recipe I used:

Nonna's Meatballs
Nonna's Meatballs (made gluten free)
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Nonna's Meatballs (made gluten free). We used panko crumbs instead of breadcrumbs and they turned out really well.
Servings
50 small meatballs
Servings
50 small meatballs
Nonna's Meatballs
Nonna's Meatballs (made gluten free)
Print Recipe
Nonna's Meatballs (made gluten free). We used panko crumbs instead of breadcrumbs and they turned out really well.
Servings
50 small meatballs
Servings
50 small meatballs
Ingredients
Meatballs
Sauce
Servings: small meatballs
Instructions
  1. rub the mince, garlic, eggs and parsley together and form little balls, and then roll the balls in the breadcrumbs.
  2. in a frying pan, brown the meatballs in olive oil, once browned put on a plate lined with paper towels to drain.
Tomato Sauce
  1. Put all the ingredients into a large pot and simmer over a low heat
  2. add the meatballs and cook for about 20 - 30 minutes
  3. if the sauce is too thin, add some more tomato puree
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