If you are a woman, I am sure you will agree with this.
What about me? I agree with it 100%!!
The above makes me think of a “ball” story I heard from one of my ex boss'. Somehow, it seems to underscore the joke above. He told me one of his golf “kaki” (mates) brought home a few boxes of new golf balls and handed them to his wife to put away one evening when he returned home from a fantastic golf session. When dinner was served that evening, he saw a huge bowl of soup on the table and nothing else. Know what the soup was? “Golf ball soup”!!! LOL! I am sure you know why he got that! So gentlemen, be careful, be very careful what you give to your lady. If you give her the right “balls”, she might make this delicious meal for you instead.
Enough oil for frying the meat balls
1 lb ground beef
1 finely chopped medium size white onion
1/2 tsp sea salt
1 tsp ground coriander
1 tsp minced garlic
½ tsp ground black pepper
1 cup bread crumbs
Quay Po’s tomato sauce (click to the recipe)
Mix all ingredients in a large bowl by hand except bread crumbs and sauce. Roll meatballs to about the size of a golf ball or slightly smaller. Roll meat balls in bread crumbs. Heat oil and fried meat balls till golden brown. Set the fried meat balls on paper kitchen towel to drain the oil and set aside. Heat tomato sauce in the pan and add in the fried meat balls and let it simmer for about 10 mins. Garnish with parsley before serving.
You can serve the meatballs with just freshly baked bread or pasta. I served them with pasta and garlic butter sauté zucchini.