No question here just a tip for making meatballs. I mix up my ingredients and in the bowl shape the mass into a rectangle. I then put the rectangle onto a cutting board and even it out by making the sides line up. Then I cut it in half then in each half in have and make a grid (similar to graph paper) I roll each section to form a ball and the end result is uniform meatballs.
This is much easier than using a baller or grabbing what you think is the same amount from the mixture and trying to form meatballs all the same size. The squares are easy to form into balls. I am not sure where to send helpful tips but this is a time saver and gets one uniformed sized meatballs every time.
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