This summer, you’re going to be able to cook some of your own beef meatballs at home.
And you can get the process down to one bite.
A group of researchers led by University of Maryland researcher Michael J. Cappelletti have created a new method for making beef meatball recipes that involves only one ingredient — the meatball.
It works just like the process that goes into making a lasagna.
The key difference is that you can actually cook the meatballs without using an oven.
You can use an oven for one or two weeks, then get rid of it and start over.
But the scientists say this technique could make it easier to produce more delicious meatballs, with less waste.
They published their work in the journal Science. [CNN]