We've been using the recipe for a couple of years now. It is our GOTO recipe for meatballs. We use dried minced onions instead of fresh and it still turns out great. That's the only thing we've done different, until last night.
Last night I decided to try frying them! OMG! Just a little dab of olive oil in a hot pan. At first, you'll have to manually flip the meatballs as they fry, but once they've gotten a sear around most of the outer area, you can just jostle the pan around to keep them spinning. I didn't fry them to the point that they were finished. Instead, I put them in the oven once they got a good sear. I only had to cook them in the oven for 7 or 8 minutes before they were finished. And they didn't bathe in grease while cooking in the oven because frying them got most of the grease out. Absolutely delicious!
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We've been using the recipe for a couple of years now. It is our GOTO recipe for meatballs. ...