Thursday, March 29, 2007

Spaghetti Meatballs

Spaghetti Meatballs

It was this post by ting-aling that triggered my craving for this dish. Again, it happened pretty late at night. Maybe I should quit bloghopping at night... but when else?



JMom said...

and your photo just triggered my craving for meat balls too! My daughter can eat spaghettie everyday :)

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Anonymous said...

Hello obachan! How was your birthday? Now you are indulging yourself with spaghetti with meatballs! I just love your style! Our house, we'd never had meatballs with our pasta but looking at your photo makes my mouth water. I could prepare some meatballs on the weekend! Thanks for your inspiration! :)

mei ying tan said...

hi obachan! my name's mei n i'm posting this comment from melbourne, down under! G'day obachan! i must say that i'm extremely inspired to learn cooking now after reading ur blog...the food looks oh-so-mouthwatering! I've sent a link of ur blog to some of my friends even! i saw ur blog when i was researching into recipes for omuraisu as my friends n i were having a japanese potluck last nite. So yea! just wanted to say keep up the great work n i look forward to ur every entry! God bless! =D

Kitikata-san said...

Yum! What kind of meatballs did you make?

Anonymous said...

This late greetings nevertheless
filled with best wishes and good luck to whatever great step you are taking.KAMPATEI!
All the way from Malaysia Elayne

Anonymous said...

The spaghetti looked good! Sorry it has been a while since I last posted. BTW Happy Belated Birthday, Otanjoobi omedeto gozaimasu. I have a lot of catching up to do.

obachan said...

This kind of craving is contagious, I believe… ;)

Hello! My b-day was very relaxing, and I still feel pretty good when I look at the photos of my b-day cake.
Hope you enjoyed your meatballs. : )

mei ying
G’day Mei! Thanks for your nice comment. And … yeah, I think I promised long time ago that I was going to post my omuraisu recipe… Hahaha… Well, it’ll happen someday.

Mmmm… It’s hard to say what kind. I mixed ground beef & pork with minced onion and 1/2 egg, added salt, pepper and dried herb for seasoning. And I cooked them in store-bought tomato sauce. Easy and yummy.

Thank you for your warm wish. I really feel supported.

Nice to hear from you. Take your time and enjoy the recent adventures?? in my kitchen! Yeah, my B-day cake WAS an adventure. And you know what? I'm getting more and more adventurous!

Unknown said...

Hi Obachan!

Can u please post takoyaki recipe? i really love this food but doesn't know hot to make it!...

Chubbypanda said...


I usually make mine from hamurger steak leftovers.

obachan said...

Thanks for your comment, but sorry, I haven't made takoyaki at home and don't have a recipe that I can call my own.
How about this recipe?

Good idea. :D