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    2 Jul 2011

    I don’t eat red meat so I’ll try this with ground turkey instead.
sporkme:

Spinach and Ricotta Cannelloni and Meatballs
Italian food isn’t all that hard to make, it’s just about using the right ingredients.  This didn’t take terribly long to put together, and a lot can be done ahead of time and then frozen for later, so you can whip up a pretty satisfying dinner when you don’t seem to have time.
Ingredients (meatballs):
1 kilo ground beef
3 garlic cloves, chopped finely
3 eggs
1/2 cup breadcrumbs
Salt, pepper, and fresh sage
Mix the above, form balls, and bake at 200C / 375F for 20 minutes, flip over, and then bake for 10 minutes until nice and brown.
Ingredients (quick sauce):
2 large cans of diced tomatoes
1 onion, diced
100g butter
fresh chopped sage
salt and pepper
about 200g pork, bone in
2 bay leaves
Melt butter, stir in onions and then add the pork and brown.  Add the sage and cook for about 2 minutes before adding the rest of the ingredients.  If you’re cooking it for a while, add a bit of water so there’s something to boil out while the meat infuses with the sauce.  Remove pork bone and bay leaves before using.
Ingredients (cannelloni):
10 cannelloni shells
Half kilo ricotta
Package of baby spinach, steamed and drained
1 egg
Dash of nutmeg
Salt and pepper
Mix everything but the pasta and then pipe into the cannelloni shells.  Put in a baking dish, add meatballs and then cover everything with sauce.  Bake for about 30 minutes, adding grated parmesan for the last 10, at 200C / 375F.

    I don’t eat red meat so I’ll try this with ground turkey instead.

    sporkme:

    Spinach and Ricotta Cannelloni and Meatballs

    Italian food isn’t all that hard to make, it’s just about using the right ingredients.  This didn’t take terribly long to put together, and a lot can be done ahead of time and then frozen for later, so you can whip up a pretty satisfying dinner when you don’t seem to have time.

    Ingredients (meatballs):

    • 1 kilo ground beef
    • 3 garlic cloves, chopped finely
    • 3 eggs
    • 1/2 cup breadcrumbs
    • Salt, pepper, and fresh sage

    Mix the above, form balls, and bake at 200C / 375F for 20 minutes, flip over, and then bake for 10 minutes until nice and brown.

    Ingredients (quick sauce):

    • 2 large cans of diced tomatoes
    • 1 onion, diced
    • 100g butter
    • fresh chopped sage
    • salt and pepper
    • about 200g pork, bone in
    • 2 bay leaves

    Melt butter, stir in onions and then add the pork and brown.  Add the sage and cook for about 2 minutes before adding the rest of the ingredients.  If you’re cooking it for a while, add a bit of water so there’s something to boil out while the meat infuses with the sauce.  Remove pork bone and bay leaves before using.

    Ingredients (cannelloni):

    • 10 cannelloni shells
    • Half kilo ricotta
    • Package of baby spinach, steamed and drained
    • 1 egg
    • Dash of nutmeg
    • Salt and pepper

    Mix everything but the pasta and then pipe into the cannelloni shells.  Put in a baking dish, add meatballs and then cover everything with sauce.  Bake for about 30 minutes, adding grated parmesan for the last 10, at 200C / 375F.

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      One day I will make cannelloni without the shells falling apart and then having to pretend I was really making some form...
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      I don’t eat red meat so I’ll try this with ground turkey instead.
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