Nov 12, 2008

BAKED CORNFLAKE MEATBALLS


Cornflake meatballs, anyone? Another yummy recipe using Kellogg's Corn Flakes. This is so simple you can actually mix the ingredient, shape it and leave it in the freezer. The sauce can also be cooked in advance and kept in the fridge. When you are busy, bake it in the oven and heat up the sauce.

2 cups of corn flakes
2 tbsp of ketchup
An egg, beat slightly
A pound (2.2kg)of ground beef, choose lean

Sauce
A can of tomato sauce
half cup of ketchup
50gm of brown sugar
50gm of onion, finely chopped
2 tbsp Pickle relish
1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
2 tsp Vinegar
Pepper

In a mixing bowl, combine the cereal, 2 tbsp ketchup and egg. Add in the beef and mix it well. Shape it into meatball size. Place it in a baking pan that has been lined or greased. Bake until browned about 12 minutes.

In a saucepan, add all the ingredients for the sauce, and simmer it for about 15 minutes. Stir it frequently to avoid it burnt at the bottom. Cook for another 15 minutes and ladle it over the cooked meatballs and serve with pasta or rice.

3 cheers:

Jesse Tan said...

yummy! look delicious....emm...when i'm free i'm goin to try this out, but can i replace with pork or chicken? because i didnt eat beef leh.

Caramel Corn said...

of course can, u can use a mix of half minced chicken and minced pork, the way my mom makes her meatballs.

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