April 26, 2015

Recipe of the Month: Whatever Balls

We've been slacking on the blog updates lately, but I just got back from Austria so I'll have lots of pictures to post soon. In a new Wasatch and Beyond feature that will hopefully last until June, I present to you Recipe of the Month!

Jake's Whatever Balls

Step 1: Assemble your ingredients

-About a pound of some type of animal. I use venison, elk, or kangaroo.

-Package of greek yogurt (PRO TIP: Use the plain kind. Do not use the kind with fruit mixed in).

-Variety of vegetables. I use onion, peppers, and either spinach or kale. In an ideal world, you dice up a bunch of fresh ones. That's what I typically do. In this example, I was short on time so I just used some frozen veggies. You'll want to create a roughly 2:1 or 7:4 ratio of meat to vegetables.

-A handful of oats. In this example, I took some of Andrea's oatmeal which also had chopped pecans mixed in. Whatever!

-Random seasonings. Whatever you like.

Step 2: Mix everything in a bowl

Step 3: Make the balls

-Everytime I do this, I end up with 11 whatever balls. Never a dozen. It ALWAYS comes out to 11.

Step 4: Bake

-I can't tell you exactly how long to bake them for. In this example, I pre-heated the oven to 375, put the balls in, and then went to the grocery store to pick up a few things. When I got home, 43:45 had passed and they seemed done.

Step 5: Eat

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