Meizitang Evolution 100% Natural

Meizitang Evolution 100% Natural
Meizitang Evolution es conocido como el Adelgazante Botánico 100% natural, lo cual le caracteriza por ser suaves cápsulas de gelatina que se componen de una combinación de plantas naturales y que históricamente poseen propiedades adelgazantes.

martes, 6 de enero de 2009


For the meatballs:
1 onion, very finely chopped
1 sprig of rosemary
2 tbsp extra virgin oil
500g veal mince
Fresh nutmeg
1 heaped tbsp salted capers, soaked in water, and very finely chopped
Fresh black pepper
Fresh white pepper
Sea salt
1 egg (free range of course)
1 tbsp of dried breadcumbs, mixed with a splash of milk
For the Agrodolce:
2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
1 garlic clove, peeled and whole
60 ml wine (red or white)
1 fresh bay leaf
60ml Balsamic vinegar
60ml water
1 tbsp sugar
Fresh chopped parsley
Begin by cooking the onion and the whole rosemary sprig in the oil, very gently until the onion is golden brown and beginning to break down. Take your time with this step. It should take about 30 minutes. Discard the rosemary sprig - it is only there for fragrance. Add the onion to the veal and combine with all the other meatball ingredients. Season well. The only way you will know if you have the seasonings right is by tasting the mixture. If the idea of raw meat frightens you, then just cook a teaspoonful in a bit of oil. But I really could not be bothered with that, so I just taste it in its crude form. Shape into little meatballs.Heat the remaining oil in a pan large enough to fit the meatballs comfortably and brown them well. Turn down the heat to low, splash in the wine, add the bay leaf and garlic and pop the lid on. Braise for 45 minutes. Check from time to time all is well and the pan isn’t burning. If the pan appears to be drying out, add some water.Turn the heat to high, add the sugar and allow it to melt and caramelize. Throw in the balsamic and water and boil furiously until syrupy.Sprinkle with parsley and serve immediately with lots of bread to soak up the dark and sexy sauce. Serves two.Note- I would not use an expensive Balsamic vinegar (the type that costs $300).That would be a waste. An inexpensive one from the supermarket is fine for this dish.

1 comentario:

anvemas dijo...

sorry I cant write in english the recept that we use in sweden - 2 make meatballs
but its nice you have it on your blogg - a another kind of "balls".
have a nice day