That’s right; I stuffed them. They may have oozed a little during the cooking process, but still survived. It’s hard to keep cheese in a meatball – especially this type of cheese! I kept it very cold right until I stuffed them and then put them in the fridge for about 30 minutes before cooking them.
The first time I tried salsa verde I became so extremely hooked. It’s the combination of tangy and salty and sooo delicious.
I became absolutely hooked on beef burritos smothered in white melty cheese and salsa verde. I mean, really hooked – and still hooked to this day. I also have to have some good refried beans on the side to scoop with my chips.
So, here’s another one of my contributions to Cinco de Mayo 2015 – Cheese Stuffed Meatballs with Salsa Verde Mayo and Cilantro. They’re filled with that mexican-restaurant-cheese-dip, and the salsa verde mayo and cilantro just ties it up into a pretty little delicious package. You can get the cheese dip from your local Mexican restaurant, or buy it from the grocery store – our Publix carries Gordo’s, which is really similar.You can smash all that up and put it on tortilla chips, like I did because I have to make everything a big ass mixed up crazy nacho mess or salad.
Oh, and add some jalapenos, of course. For good measure. Or luck. Or because it’s the right thing to do.
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