If you insist 😄
It all starts with making some Italian bread dough from scratch, proofing it, baking it, allow to cool. Once it's cool cut it up into rough pieces and set aside in a mixing bowl.
To the bowl of bread you add some worcestershire sauce, fresh minced garlic cloves, plenty of thyme & Italian seasoning.
Rough chop a few onions and sautee them off in a pan with olive oil, salt, and pepper until tender. Once the onions are tender add those to the mixing bowl as well. Grab yourself a burr mixer and buzz away until a thick "goo" is achieved.
In a separate mixing bowl add your meat; I like to use a combination of ground beef, pork, and veal. The pork keeps the meatballs moist and the veal adds some extra flavor. I also like to cut up some raw bacon and add that to the mix (everything is better with bacon).
Pour in your "bread goo" mixture a little bit at a time mixing as you go until you have the proper consistency. You want the mix to be as wet as possible but able to hold it's shape. Once you have achieved this add generous amounts of salt & pepper to the mix. Take one meatball out and cook it off to taste for seasoning. Adjust seasoning as desired.
Form meatballs and bake them off at 350 degrees for roughly 15 minutes (depending on the size you choose, this is for 2oz meatballs). Once the meatballs are done make sure you drain off the excess grease and allow the meatballs to cool. They are now ready to serve with whatever dish you choose or they can be frozen for a later time :).