These are like meatballs, except they
have cheese in the middle. Special, eh? You can probably
make them just based on that one sentence, but
I'll describe how I made them anyway. Of course, this
can be adapted to most any meatball recipe.
One: make the meatball meat. I like
beef and a little garlic, myself. I'm a person of simple
tastes. Anyway, take a handful of that, about
as much as you would use to make a regular meatball.
Make a ball shape with it, then poke a hole into the
center with your thumb and stuff in some cheese, whatever kind
you would put on a cheeseburger. Close the hole and
roll the meatball in your hands until it's firm and
no cheese is visible on the surface. Repeat until you
run out of meat.
Heat a little vegetable oil in a pan.
Not much, just enough to keep the meat from sticking.
When it's medium hot put the meatballs in the pan. Cover
and let them cook for a few minutes. Then turn them,
cover, and let them cook some more. Repeat until the
meatballs are thoroughly browned and firm.
I imagine you could use these meatballs
anywhere meatballs are acceptable. I'll be trying out
other options later.