In the heart of Little Italy, nestled among the cobblestone streets and colorful row houses, there was a close-knit neighborhood where the aroma of homemade Italian cuisine filled the air. Every Sunday, the residents would gather for a traditional Italian feast, sharing laughter, stories, and, most importantly, delicious food.
One Sunday afternoon, as the sun dipped low in the sky and the scent of garlic and tomatoes wafted through the neighborhood, the residents of Little Italy prepared for their weekly gathering. Tables were set up in the communal courtyard, adorned with checkered tablecloths and flickering candles, ready to welcome friends and family for a night of celebration.
Among the many dishes being prepared for the feast, there was one beloved favorite that everyone looked forward to: Completely Keto Spaghetti and Meatballs. This dish, passed down through generations, was a symbol of comfort, tradition, and the warmth of Italian hospitality.
As the residents bustled about their kitchens, mixing and rolling meatballs, simmering rich marinara sauce, and preparing the kelp noodles, the anticipation grew. Children played in the streets, eagerly awaiting the arrival of their friends and the chance to indulge in their favorite meal.
As the sun set and the courtyard filled with laughter and chatter, the aroma of Spaghetti and Meatballs drew everyone together. Plates piled high with kelp noodles smothered in sugar-free marinara sauce and topped with savory meatballs were passed around the table, accompanied by hearty slices of keto friendly crusty bread and glasses of rich red wine.
Amidst the clinking of glasses and the sound of joyful conversation, neighbors young and old savored each bite of the delicious dish, relishing in the flavors of tradition and community. As they raised their glasses in a toast to friendship and good food, they knew that in Little Italy, every meal was a celebration of the bonds that brought them together, and the shared love of food that nourished both body and soul.
Completely Keto Spaghetti and Meatballs
- 1 package of kelp noodles
- 24 oz sugar free marinara sauce
- 2 lbs ground beef
Preparing kelp noodles:
Heat up a pot of water till hot but not boiling. Turn off the heat. Pour the water over the kelp noodles in a bowl. Soak the noodles for five minutes. Use a colander to remove the liquid. Repeat the steps above two more times. This helps soften the kelp noodles.
Shape the ground beef into balls while heating the sauce on low. Drop the meat balls into the sauce so it simmers on low and cooks for 20-25 minutes until done. Serve the meatballs and sauce over the kelp noodles, the more sauce the better.