Meatballs have been a favorite food item for centuries, with roots in various cultures across the globe. While the exact origin of meatballs is unclear, many historians trace its roots back to the Middle East and North Africa, where they were known as kofta. The dish then spread to the Mediterranean and eventually made its way to Europe. In Italy, meatballs, or polpette, have been a staple of Italian cuisine for centuries. They are typically made with ground beef, pork, or a mixture of both, mixed with breadcrumbs, eggs, and various herbs and spices. Italian meatballs are often served with tomato... Read More