Ricotta Cheese Balls
Ricotta Cheese Balls with Marinara Sauce make a quick dinner with a salad. They are easy to prepare, freeze well, and make great appetizers
Appetizer, Dinner, Lunch, Main
Nesco Vacuum Sealer
Flexible cutting board
defrosted and drained
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Mise En Place
In a stand mixer, mix the cheeses together with the spinach and seasoning.
Use a melon scooper or small ice cream scoop to make balls out of the mixture.
Put the balls on a flexible cutting board and put them in the freezer for a half-hour.
In the meantime, put flour in one bowl, white and yolk mixed together in another bowl, and the Panko breadcrumbs in the third bowl.
Roll the slightly frozen balls first in the flour, shake most of it off, then roll in the egg, and finally roll in the panko breadcrumbs.
Put them on the same flexible board and when you have finished them all, put them in the freezer on the board.
Freeze them for at least one hour, or until they have frozen hard.
Cut off a large enough amount of bag and put the frozen balls in the vacuum bag.
Seal them on Vacuum and Seal.
Write down what they are and put them in the freezer.
To heat them, put them on a rack in the air fryer at 400 for about 10 minutes or until they have started to brown.
Serve with Marinara sauce.
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