Albondigas are tasty meatballs from South of the Rio Grande. These little gems make a perfect party appetizer, or tailgate nibbly thing. Feel free to change the meat and use ground pork or lamb.
- Preheat pven to 425°.
- In a large mixing bowl, combine all of the ingredients and mix thoroughly by hand.
- From the mixture, roll out small balls, about the size of large walnuts or one ounce. Pat them until they are firm!
- Place on a lightly oiled baking sheet. Bake for about 15 minutes, or until the albondigas are firm, bubbling and golden on the bottom.
- Serve on a napkin-lined plate.
- Makes 60 meatballs.
Note: Run the onion and bell pepper through a food processor to get a very small dice.
Ready in: 30 Min
Kitchen tools you'll need for Albondigas Appetizers:Food Processors, Mixing Bowls, Baking Sheet