Meatball
Sandwich
           INGREDIENTS:

1/2 lb. Ground Beef
1 Egg
3 slices White Bread
1/4 Cup chopped Onions
Salt and Pepper
2 Tablespoons of Spaghetti Sauce (or 1
Tablespoon Tomato Paste)
1/8th Cup Parmesan
Italian or French Bread slice, sliced open

OPTIONAL:
notch of melted Butter
Garlic clove diced (or dash Garlic POWDER)
More Parmesan
A few slices of Mozzarella
Green Pepper slices with a bit of Olive Oil for
frying
More Spaghetti sauce for topping
















Remove crusts from White Bread; freeze and save
for when you make homemade
Croutons.

















Spaghetti sauce should be homemade. If not,
bottled will do.
















You can also very quickly make a Red Sauce by
mixing a small can of Tomato sauce with a dab of
Butter, pinches of Salt & Pepper and a dash of
Garlic POWDER. Melt Butter with seasonings, add
Tomato sauce, simmer, taste, add more
seasonings if wanted.
















Mix cubed White Bread in with Ground Beef,
Parmesan, Egg, Onions, Salt, Pepper and about 2
Tablespoons Spaghetti sauce.
If needed, add some Bread crumbs.

Roll into Meatballs and place in baking pan,
adding a bit of water on the bottom so Meatballs
don't stick.
















Bake 350*F for about 1/2 hour, turning over after
15 min. Set aside.
OPTIONAL:
Some people just like a plain Meatball Sandwich. I
like it with EVERYTHING!!















With just a touch of Olive Oil I fry some sliced
Green Peppers for a few minutes...















Just so they are barely browned. Then I pour in a
bit of water and let them simmer for a couple
minutes more. This softens them. I then remove
and set aside Green Peppers.















I then begin to make Cheesey Garlic Bread. For
this I need a notch of Butter, a Tablespoon or
more of chopped Garlic (or dash of Garlic
POWDER) and about 1/4 cup shredded
Mozzarella.















I saute the Garlic in Butter for a couple of minutes
then...















Put my sliced French Bread on a baking sheet
and pour the Garlic saute over it.















I top it with some shredded Mozzarella and bake
until Cheese is melted.
I then line both sides of the Bread with some
sauce, Put Meatballs on, top with a bit more sauce
and Mozzarella....
















and then top it with my sauteed Green Peppers
















and of course more Cheese!!!
















I then bake it until the Cheese is melted.
















It is so goopy and delicious!!!


Now you don't have to add all of these
DOO-DADS to the sandwich.

A Simple Meatball Sandwich would really only
have a few Meatballs on French or Italian Bread,
topped with a bit of sauce, and maybe some
Cheese.

Enough for one to be able to eat and drive with
just a bit of difficulty.

But in my book, eating is for sitting down and
really relishing the tastes, so why not go ALL THE
WAY and really zippity do dah the sandwich?

Below is the nutritional value of just a plain old
Meatball Sandwich with no Cheese, but just a hint
of sauce.

Of course if you make it the way I did here, you
could probably safely double that.

It's worth it!!!
When you remove the
crusts from bread, save
them and make
HOMEMADE CROUTONS!!
   
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