*  Exported from CookWorks for MasterCook II  *
 
 Hearty Burgundy Meatballs
 
 Recipe By     : Public domain recipes converted from Meal Master format
 Serving Size  : 4
 Preparation Time: 0:00
 Categories    : Hamburger Dishes                Beef Dishes
 
 
 
 Amount   Measure              Ingredient -- Prep
 -------- -------------------- ------------------
 1        pound                lean ground beef
 1                             egg
 1        cup                  bread crumbs -- Fresh, about 2 slices bread
 1        teaspoon             salt
 1/4      teaspoon             fresh ground black pepper
 2        tablespoons          vegetable oil
 3                             carrot -- peeled and sliced (about 1 cup)
 2        cups                 mushroom -- Quartered (about 8 oz.)
 8        ounces               pearl onions -- peeled and Halved, about 1
 1/2 cups
 2        tablespoons          all-purpose flour
 1/2      cup                  red Burgundy -- or other dry red wine
 1        envelope             beef flavored bouillon
 3        tablespoons          fresh parsley -- Chopped
 1        loaf                 French bread -- 12 loaf sliced
 
   In large bowl, combine beef, egg, bread crumbs, salt and pepper; using
 hands or  wooden spoon, blend well.  Shape mixture into 1 1/4 balls.  In
 12 skillet over  medium-high heat, heat oil; add meatballs; cook about
 12 minutes, turning  frequently until well browned on all sides.  Using
 slotted spoon, remove  meatballs to plate.  To drippings in skillet, add
 carrots, mushrooms and  onions; cook, still over medium- high heat, about
 5 minutes, stirring  frequently until crisp-tender.  Stir in flour to
 coat vegetables well; return  meatballs to skillet, along with wine,
 bouillon, 2 tbsp.  parsley and 1 cup  water.  Increase heat to high;
 bring to boil.  Reduce heat to  low; simmer, covered, 10 minutes until
 meatballs are cooked through.  To serve:  Spoon meatballs and vegetables
 in serving bowl; sprinkle with remaining  tablespoon parsley.  Serve
 accompanied by French bread.
 
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