Platelist: The Meatball Guy

Chef Daniel Holzman, owner of New York City's Meatball Shop, shares two of his favorite recipes.
3:00 | 01/30/13

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Somebody -- like him on spaghetti and other shoved inside a bond no matter what it seems like everyone believes they've capped a secret recipe for the perfect meatball well there's one place with a humble meatball. Has become high art. We meet chef Daniel -- to see for ourselves at the meatball shop right here in Brooklyn New York. Every single culture celebrates people so everybody -- -- -- from the child has whether hear from. You know southeast Asia or you know Italy you're -- in Europe or for African you have meatballs in your culture and you've had buzzed past so that's exciting he -- meatballs and people smile. It's incredible. Just smiling right now. Ladies and gentlemen -- -- -- out welcome. Jamaican buffalo -- -- policy for our first -- we got ground chicken preferably chicken thighs and then. We have a couple of sticks of sellers -- that is we're gonna trying to all the flavors of a classic at buffalo chicken wings into. -- -- -- Just a frying pan and a little bit he. And I'm -- -- -- -- about a quarter of a stick of butter with. About a quarter -- of FactSet had to pay about how often have space you -- it. So I've got about that a pound of ground chicken -- -- the southern Democrats one -- inside which would hope that all pulled together. The healthy teaspoon salt about a half a cup of bread crumbs and then it Frank's red hot right over the top. -- give them. -- -- Then we're gonna go ahead enrollment rose to its role models can -- enough and then a little problem in the -- and also kind of felt like there was something. Rude about how much people are charging for food there was really -- Food for a lot of money and not a lot of really great food. And at an affordable price really simple blue cheese dressing we -- at the restaurant. One part sour cream one -- meaning is one part of crumbled blue cheese to parts milk to help them -- out. -- -- -- -- -- And then that one veneer to taste so we've reviewed the case is usually have enough. I'm just gonna give it a -- and bring -- together. And we have army -- ready from the -- and I -- had a little bit of extra hot sauce just over the top. -- -- you have -- about what you're doing many meatballs. I heard of a restaurant called the -- Tahoe and expect much on the economy -- up something in place for the country and you got to -- -- hopefully they're good an -- like when you come here and you get a little bit more than that -- -- ability in the -- on its and it's a lot less than you. Would have paid -- feel like. Wow that was awesome. We're here for our second place which is are spicy pork meatballs it is the simplest recipe that we make -- the restaurant we have about two pounds of ground pork. And we have five ingredients so in for this recipe we use some fresh bread they stopped about -- quarter -- becomes. Two teaspoons of salt -- is -- pickled cherry peppers they're not terribly spicy. But they give it a really great frying meat flavor. Two -- Who would go ahead and -- he makes. And when -- in the oven for about seventeen minutes at 375. Degrees -- extremely proud of the fact that I am able to keep it simple. Please I think that's the hardest thing to do some of the greatest things in life are are the simple things and you can be best in class whether you -- follower. No fog -- our whenever you and me. I read our meat balls are ready this spicy meat sauce which is my favorite parent this -- -- With a healthy creating a commerce and -- and I think that's a great -- we have space to put people's displacing its us.

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