Curry is BACK!! Never let go curry, never let go.
Throw back!! Check out this meal from back in the day. Doesn’t that picture look delicious? You want to eat it right off the screen don’t you?! Of course you don’t, it looks like dog doo. That’s why I had to recreate this meal. It’s delicious and it should look like meatballs. Not poop balls. Gross. I should have never said that.
The last time I made this recipe, I used ground turkey. But this time, I went CRAZY and used ground beef. I think so outside the box sometimes. But I just had to try TX Bar Organics grass fed ground beef that I just got a shipment of. And it was AWESOME. If you are looking for some grass fed beef to order online, these guys are awesome and send everything packaged up all amazing like. They’re great. Period.
Anywho. In my phone, I have this notepad app that I write ideas I come up with for my blog. Either recipes or just something I want to talk about. I wrote down “uti commercial” the other day. WTF? What does that even mean? I actually was contemplating on talking about urinary tract infections. On the world wide web. Ugh. Get your life together Juli.
Over the weekend, I went to a rugby fundraiser. No, I don’t play rugby, or any sport for that matter, but a lot of men at my gym play rugby. And I support any sort of male sport that insists on wearing short-shorts while running. Really fast. Wait, I take that back. Males who run far distances and have half the thigh size of mine, those guys creep me out. Sorry bros. Thicker thighs are just better. It’s plain fact. Anyways, lots of good looking men in nice outfits. But they were all drunk. It’s a shame I don’t drink more like I used to in my 21 year old days. I was riot then. Now I like pajamas….a lot. I left the party by 10:30pm. Fail Juli, fail.
For the balls
- 1 lb TX Bar Organics Grass Fed Ground Beef (I used ground turkey last time)
- 1/2 yellow onion, diced
- 2/3 cup almond flour
- 2 eggs
- 2 teaspoons curry powder
- 2 teaspoons garam masala
- 1/2 teaspoon ginger
- just a hint of cinnamon
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1-2 tablespoons coconut oil for cooking (or other fat you like to use)
For the saucey flare
- Add all ingredients for your meatballs to a larger bowl and thoroughly mix together.
- Shape meatballs to the size you like. Mini meatballs or large ones are both acceptable!
- In a large skillet or pot, add your coconut oil then add your meatballs and diced onions from your sauce ingredients and let them brown for a couple minutes. Let the meatballs cook on both sides for about 3-4 minutes.
- Once the onions and meatballs have browned a bit, add the rest of the ingredients for your sauce and mix together until meatballs are covered in sauce.
- Cover and let meatballs and sauce simmer until the sauce thickens and meatballs have cooked through--about 5 minutes.