Servings: 6 to 8 as an appetizer; 4 to 5 as a main course
This is a lighter Spanish version of spaghetti and meatballs. Manchego and smoked paprika add depth of flavor while saffron dresses up the tomatoey broth.
Not sure what I did wrong here but this didn't work. Meatballs were dense, possibly could have been helped by soaking panko in milk. The broth was really bland also. I followed everything to the letter. I was really hoping for a great soup cause the picture looks fantastic. Also, very fussy because you need a fork for the noodles but a spoon for the soup. Won't make again, unfortunately.
This is absolutely to DIE for! It's the most memorable dish I've ever had and so full of flavor. Everyone loved it! I can't wait to have it again! :D
I was apprehensive at first to try this because of the saffron and the smoky paprika but this turned out to be one of our favorites! I served it with some garlic bread and we enjoyed this for two dinners. My wife rarely is satisfied with some of the things I make but she raved about this for days. I added it to my recipe box and will make it again soon!
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