I was unable to find my Mom's recipe for porcupine meatballs so I decided to try something different and I can't say it was all that wonderful. I followed the recipe as written (although I only used 2 Tbsp Worcestershire since I'm not a fan). They started to fall apart immediately, I wasn't even able to get to the pan with them. As a result I wound up making a sauce rather than meatballs and I served it over pasta.
The taste was nothing spectacular but not the worst either. It actually reminded me of when my mom would brown some hamburger, add some onion and celery, and add a couple cans of Spaghetti-O's to throw together a very quick dinner.
I did look around and found Mom's recipe which is the one I'll use going forward. Mom's recipe uses slightly more rice, some additional liquid in the meatball mix, and holds together much better with a more flavorful sauce.
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I was unable to find my Mom's recipe for porcupine meatballs so I decided to try something...