Multiplication Meatballs

Recipe by www.jancakes.com

Yum times ten! Figure that these Multiplication Meatballs (Recipe by Jancakes– www.jancakes.com) will be delicious! But, first what’s an array? 

You guessed it! An array is an easy way to learn your times tables. You can use just a few meatballs to make your multiplication model, or lots to make a bigger product. Basically, an array is a rectangle of meatballs. For example, a 5 by 6 rectangular arrangement of meatballs is how many meatballs? (Hint: rhymes with dirty…) Or, in the case of the photo here, a 4 by 3 array gives you… That’s right, 12 meatballs since 4 x 3 = 12.

Hooray for arrays!

Make your own Multiplication Meatballs here (Thank you, Jancakes!).

What you need:

2 pounds lean ground beef or ground turkey

1/4 cup grated Romano cheese

1 large egg

1/2 teaspoon pepper

2 tablespoons chopped onion

1 teaspoon minced garlic

1 cup fresh breadcrumbs

Your favorite marinara sauce

What you Do:

1. Mix all ingredients thoroughly and shape into balls.

2. Saute until browned well and slightly pink in the center. Drain on paper towels.

3. Serve over pasta, along with your favorite marinara sauce.

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