can sloppy Joe sauce, such as Manwich or Stonewall Kitchen
sub sandwich rolls, split down the top
bag shredded cheddar cheese or Monterey Jack and cheddar blend
bag broccoli floretsArrange a rack in the middle of the oven and heat to 375°F. Fold a 2-foot-long sheet of aluminum foil in half lengthwise, then fold it in half again. Place the sub rolls on 2/3 of a rimmed baking sheet and wrap the foil strip around them. This will keep the rolls from drying out while the meatballs heat through and give you room to roast the broccoli without dirtying another pan.
the broccoli in a sinlgle layer on the remaining third of the pan. Add the sloppy Joe sauce directly to the bag of frozen meatballs and shake to coat. Divide the meatballs between the sub rolls, then scoop any excess sauce over the meatballs. Sprinkle the sandwiches with the cheese.
until bubbly and the meatballs are heated through, about 25 minutes.
Heat a pan with Frylight then add the meatballs, when they are cooked you can then start the sauce. One of my favourite meals is Chilli, but one of Georges favourites is Pasta and Meatballs so I decided to put the two together to make a simple meatball pasta bake
To accompany the meatballs on the plate we had dauphinoise potatoes (they’re amazing with meatballs, as inspired by my favourite tapas combinations), a side salad and this gorgeous sundried tomato & mozzarella flatbread from ASDA (which I crammed more of my leftover mozzarella into)
Heat a pan and add the coconut oil. Taking a rewind to the beginning of the week I made use of some pork mince we had and made two amazing meals, first up was my bank holiday Monday Scotch Eggs then the day after I made the best paleo meatballs ever