Italian Meatball Sandwiches


You couldn’t imagine how many times since I made these Italian Meatball Sandwiches, I wish I could have them for breakfast everyday. Yes, you may think I’m crazy because no one will ever need that much meat, and sandwich, and cheese to start a day, but just imagine in your head the awesome feeling of taking a bite, so flavorful, so warm and delicious of this sandwich before you have 5 hours of lecture waiting for you in the morning, now it sounds more convincing, right 😉

However, I have to admit that these babies will be better for lunch, you can prepare the meatballs the night before, then reheat them the next morning and stuff them in a hot and crunchy sandwich, add some slices of mozzarella and voila, lunch is all packed, and I’m pretty sure your friends (or your colleagues) will be jealous with you and your lunch box ^^


So are you hungryyyyy ? Let’s get started for the action:

INGREDIENT LIST (for 4 sandwiches)
200g ground beef
2 tbs breadcrumbs
1/2 onion, finely chopped
Finely chopped parsley
1 egg
200-220ml tomato sauce
Salt, pepper
Unsalted butter
1 baguette
Mozzarella cheese

METHOD: For the step-by-step preparation and cooking process, please check out my video above, it will be much easier for you and if you have any question, feel free to leave a comment down below and I promise to reply you as soon as I can 😉


Yum yum, I hope you will love these Italian Meatball Sandwiches as much as I can, if you decide to remake them at home, leave a comment down below telling me your opinions, I’d love to read them 😉

Other than that, I will see you in my next post, of course, with a brand new recipe,

Hundreds kisses and hugs,

Trang Quynh

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