One of my favourite meals when I dine out is a well cooked steak. Prior to going paleo, I would always choose that steak with Diane sauce. There was something about the flavour that I made me a big fan. I’m guessing it was the garlic (I love garlic). I’ll reassure you now though that this sauce isn’t overly garlicky, if you’re not a fan of garlic like me. Either way, the traditional sauce isn’t paleo and I soon had to make the choice to leave it out when choosing off a menu.
Yesterday I gave you a ‘how to’ for zucchini spaghetti or noodles. Tonight I am going to share with you my very simple meatballs recipe to serve with them.
Meatballs are a simple meal that can be pre-prepared and frozen ready for a busy mid week night, enjoyed on a cold winters night or whipped up full of flavour and goodness for the whole family. You can really make them to whichever flavour you prefer; hiding veggies for those picky kids, spicing it up or keeping it simple. This recipe is basic and simple, but full of flavour.