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Category : The Four Legged       Region : Unknown       Rating : 5
porkeypine meat balls (5 lb mix)

Contributor : DocPutts

Tribal Affiliation : Muscogee (Creek) Nation

Orgin of Recipe : my own creation

Type of Dish : Contemporary & Traditional

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Ingredients

  • ground meat
  • eggs
  • minced or pureed onion
  • minced,pureed,or onion powder
  • chopped hot peppers
  • quick rice
  • cumin
  • tabasco
  • shredded cheeze

Directions

you can use any ground meat you have available, i usually use "el-cheepo ground beef". take the ground meat and place it a large bowl, add one egg for every pound of meat, one onion (finely minced or pureed) one clove of garlic (finely minced or puree it with the onion), 1/2 teaspoon cumin, 2 cups of shredded cheeze, 2 cups of quick rice, finally add peppers and tobasco to the level of heat you like! mix all this together and then form into 2in across balls. place the balls on a broiler pan or similar rack and bake at 350 degrees untill done, 10 to 20 min approximatly. these can be served hot or as a cold snack. i have made them for my kiddos and grandkids, they love them as an afterschool snack. the quick rice i usually use is SUCCESS Boil-In-Bag rice, minus the bag of course ;)! Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!

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