By now, you’re probably familiar with the meatball steak recipe from the new cookbook The Meatball Diet.
The recipe is also one of the best vegetarian recipes on the site, and the only meatball to ever win the Meatball Food Challenge.
But the recipe itself is a bit of a mystery to me.
It was a new idea that I had in mind for years, and it took me a while to figure out how to make it.
The original recipe calls for a slow cooker, and I’d never really thought about making it at home, so I thought I’d try to make one at home.
But then my husband suggested it, and he was right!
It’s so easy to make and delicious, and you’ll never be disappointed.
It just has to be a slow-cooker version of the classic beef steaks.
The secret is that the steaks come together in the slow cooker and then they’re cooked until tender and flavorful.
And that’s really all that really needs to be done.
Here’s how to get your own Meatball Steak Recipe in your slow cooker.
When you cook it The first thing you’ll want to do is sear the meat on all sides.
This is done with a meat tenderizer or a food processor, but it’s really up to you.
I always use a hand-held grater or blender to do the cooking.
You want the meat to cook through, but don’t overdo it.
And don’t worry if you don’t have a hand grater, it’s easy to do with the included stainless steel blade.
Once you’ve done that, you can pour the steamed mixture over the top of the steak and brown it a little bit.
That’s a good idea, because this is going to add flavor to the meat, and also it will help it hold together.
You can also put some of the cooked meat in the bottom of a slow cooker, so that you can add more liquid and the steaming water as needed.
Once the steak is browned, flip it over, and set it aside for about 10 minutes.
You’ll want the steamer basket to catch any excess liquid, and to make sure it doesn’t cook over the pan.
The next step is to put the steameater basket in the fridge, or freezer.
This helps it keep its shape and stay cool while it’s cooking.
The slow cooker is the perfect place to get the meat into the slow cookers as well.
The reason I do this is because the meat will cook faster and be easier to handle.
If you don, you’ll have to cut the steamiest parts of the meat off and cut them up in the food processor.
I usually just put a few pieces of steak in a bowl of water, and then I use a meat mallet to cut them in half.
If they’re too big, I’ll add some flour to make them easier to cut through.
Once it’s all cut, it will look like this: The meat should be nice and cooked, but you can just set it out in the bowl and let it rest for a few minutes.
It’ll be a little thicker than a steak, but if it’s too soft, just toss it in the crockpot.
You don’t want it too dry, but just the right amount.
Now, let’s add the ingredients.
I use my meat tenderizers or food processors to make the steak, and they’re a bit pricey.
You might have to wait until you buy them, but the meat tenderisers and food processors I have in the freezer works great.
You should also be able to find a slow cooked version of this recipe on Amazon, which costs $10-$20.
If your slow-cooked version is a little different from the slow-comers I’ve used, just adjust the amount of salt and pepper.
It doesn’t have to be that simple.
If it’s more than a tablespoon of salt, it should be about half that amount.
The best part about the slow cooks is that you don.t have to worry about overcooking the meat.
You could use a blender to make a smoothie or even a smoothies drink.
The meat can be kept at room temperature and it won’t overcook.
But if you want a really smooth steak, you should use a cast iron skillet instead.
You may also want to use a pot of water and let the water drip over the surface of the steams while it cooks.
The steams are ready when they’re done, and all the juices and fat are drained out.
But for a really thick steak, just remove it from the water, pour some of that water over the steak (with a spoon) and cook for a little while.
If the steak doesn’t get cooked through completely, it can still be made.
Just set the steak aside and then put it in a slowcooker, and let