Den's Hot Dogs makes some of the best Wagyu beef meatballs around. These meatballs are fully cooked, extremely tender, and only require a minimal amount of time to prepare for a meal. Some people like to use these meatballs for a party appetizer, while others eat them as a main course from time to time. These meatballs are found in the finest of Manhattan's restaurants, including Tao and Russian Samovar. Let's take a look at how you can make these meatballs into a five-star restaurant experience at home when you are cooking a meal for your family and friends.
Try with a bowl of pasta
These meatballs taste delicious with a side of buttered noodles or pasta. The pasta will go great with the teriyaki flavor of the meatballs. Pasta or buttered noodles can be made relatively quickly. You can either prepare the meatballs to go on top of the pasta or you can prepare a marinara sauce to go with the pasta to serve on the side of your main entree. Ideally, you should try plain noodles with a light butter sauce or even some fresh grated parmesan cheese.
Try with a side of mashed potatoes
Mashed potatoes are also a popular option with your Wagyu beef meatballs. Mashed potatoes can help give your meal some meatloaf vibes. There is also a nice texture with mashed potatoes that goes well with your Wagyu beef meatballs. Buttered mashed potatoes also balance the teriyaki flavor of the beef meatballs nicely.
Consider green vegetables or a salad
A plethora of green vegetables and salads go nicely with Wagyu beef meatballs. Green beans are a great example. Frozen green beans only take a few minutes to heat in the microwave and can have some great flavor with a butter sauce, garlic powder, onions, or thyme. Brussel sprouts are also a popular option with Wagyu beef meatballs. Lastly, consider a salad. Caesar salad is light, tasty, and will help round out your main entree of Wagyu beef meatballs.
Serve your meatballs with rice
Many cultures will serve their meatballs with a side dish of rice or on top of rice. White rice is a great option for Wagyu beef meatballs and will help soak up the juices. If you have brown rice, Spanish rice, or quinoa, these will go nicely as a side dish because they are packed full with flavor.
Crackers when served as an appetizer
Certain types of crackers and breads also go well with Wagyu beef meatballs when serving them as an appetizer. Buttered garlic and parmesan bread can help absorb some of the teriyaki flavor. Salted crackers, such as Ritz's or even club crackers, have a light buttery flavor that provides an added zest of flavor that goes nicely with your Wagyu beef meatballs.