Friday, July 5, 2013

Everyday Cooking: Meatballs with Arugula

Since I "discovered" this Arugula vegetable, I try to put it in every dish I can. And I still have some leaves from previous meal and need to consume them `before they go to waste. So I am using them now to make Meatballs.
Meatballs is another effortless (and complete -- go, grow and glow foods) meal I can serve when I am too lazy to make other dishes. Just mix flour, ground meat (I used beef), egg, arugula (or other veggies like carrots, cabbage, spinach) and some salt and pepper. Shape into balls or flat patties and fry. Simple.

Everyday Cooking is my attempt on being awesome in the kitchen with my own versions of popular meals/ recipes using more or less 5 ingredients and simplifying the steps in my not so fancy kitchen. I do not count salt, pepper and water in the ingredients, which I assume, are ingredients that all kitchens have.  

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