C’mon who doesn’t love a good meatball?
But which is your favourite, Sundried Tomato and Basil or Craisin and Rosemary? Check out the recipes, give them a taste test and post your vote in the comments to enter the Steggles Lean Chicken Mince Giveaway.
Steggles loves the idea of using their Lean Chicken Mince as a substitute for other varieties of mince and given that chicken is mildly flavoured it's really versatile and relatively inexpensive, so a good staple to keep on hand. Steggles Lean Chicken mince is 100% chicken breast and thigh (Steggles chickens are also hormone, steroid and antibiotic free), which also makes it a leaner option (less than 10% fat) than some other mince varieties - plus it is only $11 a kilo (2 x 500g packs) at Coles.
Steggles have come up with some great recipes on their website like Chicken Minestrone, Chicken and Vegetable Pie, Chicken Nachos and Tacos, Chicken Bolognese and heaps more (check’em out) but have asked me to help them out with a few more ideas. I have come up with 2 different meatball dishes but the jury (my 3 kids, hubby doesn’t get a vote because he’s fussy!) are still out on which they prefer, so I am handing it over to you to vote for your favourite Meatball recipe.
Sundried Tomato & Basil V Craisin & Rosemary
Pre-heat an oven to 200 degrees and lightly spray a baking dish with olive oil.
Place all ingredients in a medium mixing bowl and combine well. Press into tablespoon sized balls and place in greased baking dish (for a smoother looking ball, use wet hands).
Bake for 20 – 30 mins until the meatballs are cooked thoroughly.
So which is it, Sundried Tomato & Basil or Craisin & Rosemary? Place your vote in the comments and good luck
Let me know which meatball recipe is the winner in your household by posting your vote, Sundried Tomato & Basil OR Craisin & Rosemary, in the comments. By placing your vote you will be entered into our Steggles Lean Chicken Mince Giveaway. Two Random winners will receive a prize pack including a cooler bag, apron, footy, Frisbee and more. Competition opens Monday 7th April 2014 at 6am and closes Sunday 13th April at 5pm, winners (and the victorious Meatball recipe) will be announced via Twitter and Facebook by Monday 5pm Monday 14th April and will be contacted by email. Competition is open to Australian residence only. Please read our full disclosure page for T&Cs.
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