Breakfast Boiled Potatoes With Meatballs And Vegetables By Deborah Bala


A serving of boiled potatoes with meatballs and nutritious vegetables.

Peel the potatoes, add salt, Maggi, drop of oil and allow to boil.
For the meatballs, I used minced meat, added tiny chopped garlic, onions,
curry thyme salt and Maggi, washed my hands and mixed it.
Then I removed the egg white from the eggs, I added half into the well mixed minced meat, and started cutting and molding into balls, then dipped into the remaining egg white, i put them, on a  tray and allow it to stay for 15 mins before frying. 
for the sauce, i chopped tomato, onions, green pepper, carrot etc and fried, because i didnt want to waste the egg york, i decided to add it into the sauce.



Irish potatoes
Added salt, onion and a drop of maggi to the potatoes


Minced meat
 garlic,onions, curry, thyme, salt and maggi added to minced meat
Well mixed minced meat

Mixing all the ingredients into the minced meat

Removing egg white from the egg

After dipping in egg white



Frying The meatballs
Fried meatballs

vegetables for sauce

vegetables for sauce

Vegetables for the potatoes
Enjoy!

Comments

  1. Nom nom nom....good job Debs.

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  2. Oh lawd! Am watching my weight debby. I don't like boiled irish potatoes but am going to make this for breakfast 2mrrw.
    WC Viva

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    1. LNC I also never liked boiled irish oo, growing up I always wanted it fried. But its more healthy when its boiled, I added maggi and salt to give it small taste.

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  3. Anonymous7/14/2013

    Nice one debs, 5star presentation as well.
    4 me o, ds one na appetizer, b4 d main dish *winks

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    1. Thanks anon 12:11 actually my sunshine ate like 3times the portion I served for myself!

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  4. I love the boiled potatoes, looks fresh. A good meal, I must say!

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  5. Looks very nice.


    Ayibumakolo.com

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  6. Shayor@Soup-a Bowl7/14/2013

    The presentation is lovely! I love it....Meatballs..yummy! Debbie, did u add salt to ur meatballs? Do I need to?

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    1. Thanks! Yes I added salt, maggi, garlic n onions.

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  7. Pls where did u get minced meat in kaduna? Lovely presentation

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    1. Thanks, if you stay in kaduna north you can check dilema, if you stay in kaduna south S&S in barnawa, but I got this particular one frm abuja. But u will find in those places.

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  8. Lovely presentation Deborah. The plate looks super inviting. Thumbs up!

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  9. Anonymous7/14/2013

    This is good

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  10. Anachunam7/14/2013

    Deb,this is fantastic.

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    1. Thanks ana, hope am allowed to call you that.

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  11. Nice one debby!
    Can I make this with sweet potatoes?

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    1. Thanks chicadimples! Yes u can, I actually wanted to add sweet potatoes but the thought of peeling it put me off!

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  12. Yum! I love me some boiled irish. Lovely...

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  13. Nice one Debby, bt I don't like chewing garlic cloves....

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    1. Thanks, u can do without it but its Nutritious

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  14. This looks so yummiliciou!! Hope I won't bite d garlic cloves wen am eating it o and again, if I can't get minced meat wat do I do?
    Thanks

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    1. Thanks! I diced the garlic into tiny bits, u can do without it! But its very Nutritious. U can check big supermarket they have already made meat balls

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  15. Nice presentation

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  16. Anonymous7/15/2013

    Making minced meat at home is easy. Boil beef till very tender. Put into ur blender after it has cooled off and blend. Voila

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  17. This is coming late but I looove! Been thinking of non-frying potato recipes. Thanks Deborah!

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  18. Anonymous7/15/2013

    Good job

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  19. wow dis luks awesome neva tried boiled irish potatoes b4 buh am so making dis 4 my siblings hope it taste awesome 2

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  20. Anonymous9/15/2013

    Hi
    You can also bake the meat balls

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