First, heat some marinara sauce in a large pot on the stove.
1. Put equal parts ground beef, pork and veal in the biggest bowl you can find. I suggest using 1 lb of each for about 30 meatballs.
2. Smash two bags of store bought seasoned stuffing (in the bags) with a mallet. (Okay, I will admit, Granny did not use stuffing. She used day old bread. But my day old bread meatballs never taste as good as hers, so I've twisted the recipe a bit.) Pour them over the meat.
3. Add one egg per lb of meat.
4. Chop a bunch of fresh parsley and add it. I mean the whole bunch. Parsley is the secret fresh zing in these meatballs.
5. Add about a half a cup of shredded parmesan cheese.
6. Chop eight garlic cloves. Toss 'em in.
7. Finely chop one onion. Throw it in the mix.
8. Add salt, pepper and dried Italian seasonings.
9. Moosh it all together with your hands. Then form the mixture into balls.
10. Heat oil in a pan on medium high on the stove top and brown meatballs.
11. Plop them in the sauce.
12. Let them cook about an hour and a half.
How is this recipe different from how you make meatballs?
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