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Traditional porcupine meatballs recipe prepared in a pressure cooker

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My mum's pressure cooked porcupine meatballs were the ultimate special treat comfort food in my home growing up. They have such a unique smell and mouthfeel.
Traditional porcupine meatballs recipe prepared in a pressure cooker

Pressure Cooker Porcupine Meatballs: Classic retro dinner, made in the pressure cooker. Ground beef and rice meatballs in a simple tomato sauce. (No porcupines!) 30 minute dinner.

My mum's pressure cooked porcupine meatballs were the ultimate special treat comfort food in my home growing up. They have such a unique smell and mouthfeel. While it was tomato-based, it was also very savory and the sauce looked a little more like a brown sauce than tomato sauce.

She owned the same pressure cooker I own now, pictured below. It's pretty old. I have no clue what year it's from. She's an old stovetop model and I feel like I need to give her a go. The seals and the gaskets seem like they're fine and without a nick. Wish me luck. I think I'll try making a batch this weekend in lieu of watching the royal festivities.

Here's a legit old school recipe for it--not pressure cooked--that I discovered online and thought I would share with you, too:

Original Hunt's tomato sauce traditional authentic recipe for original porcupine meatballs

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