Dawood basha over Pasta

Written by Marwan A

July 30, 2018

This Dawood basha over Pasta recipe is known for being a popular middle eastern meatball stew recipe that is made with a small set of affordable ingredients and submerged into a sauce. You will love this recipe for sure for its nutritious value

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Dawood basha over Pasta

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Course: Dinner, Lunch
Cuisine: General Recipes
Servings: 2 People

Ingredients

--For the pasta :

  • 400 g pasta
  • 6 tomatoes
  • 1/2 cup of water
  • 2 Tbs vegetable oil
  • 1 tsp of thyme Grated Cheddar cheese Salt & pepper for seasoning

--For the meat balls :

  • 2 tbs poultry seasoning
  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 3 Tbs bread crumbs Salt & pepper
  • 3 Tbs flour 3 Tbs butter

Instructions

--For the pasta:

  • Cook the pasta by putting it in boiling water for 10 minutes.
  • while the pastais cooking, prepare the tomato sauce; cut the tomatoes in halves, with water and blend them.
  • In a pan, put the vegetable oil then the tomato juice then salt & pepper.
  • Cover the pan and Leave them on medium heat until it thickens.

--For the meatballs:

  • In a bowl, put the beef, bread crumbs, seasoning, salt & peper.
  • Mix very well then make balls out of this mix. Roll the meatballs in flour.
  • In a saucepan, melt the butter with little bit of vegetable oil, then add the meatballs. When they change in color, add water, and cover the saucepan.
  • Leave it for 20 minutes, you may need to add more water.

--For serving:

  • Drain the pasta, and add tomato sauce.
  • Pour the rest of the tomato sauce on the meatballs & mix very very carefully.
  • In the serving plate, put the pasta then the meatballs, & more sauce then grate any type of cheese (Optional)
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