This is not picture dense, because she does that for you. I did everything the same, except . . . I also added some crumbled bacon.
The boy's had more butter and bacon, also a little more cream.
This was mine.
Overall feelings about the Potato Bundles . . . delicious! Obviously it is simple in it's basic conception, but uber yummy. The only change I would make sure to add would be a little more pepper and maybe paprika, as I had gone a little light on these and shouldn't have. Hopefully the boy will like his and we will be having this again in the future.
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Next attempt was meatballs. I didn't use a recipe for this, just kind of winged it. Meat is an odd issue in our house, as neither the boy nor I am big fans of meat. (Oddly enough, we both come from meat-loving families.)
Add one egg.
1/2 cup of bread crumbs. (not shown, about a 1/2 tsp each of garlic salt, onion salt, and cayenne pepper)
I made my meatballs about the size of golf balls. I browned all sides.
Then tossed them into a baking dish and cooked them in the oven at 300 degrees for about 40 minutes to make sure they were all done inside.
Important to break one or two open to make sure they are all cooked inside.
This was dinner. Potato Bundles. Meatballs. Roasted Veggies (Onions, Cherry Tomatoes, Green Beans, and Pea Pods)
Side note: I always thought I hated Pea Pods, I had them in Chinese food before and greatly disliked them. However, cooked the way I have been cooking the other veggies, they are super delicious. I am glad the boy was stubborn and wanted to buy some.