I have been guilty of playing with the ingredients in our kitchen today. Somehow waiting for our graduation day has been extremely tiresome especially when you have to listen to some lecturer for eight whole hours at school. And I give credit for that for not being able to grasp any inspiration to cook at all. So I made meatballs, in a sauce I like to call white gravy.
White gravy, in SassyChef terms, is a milk-based thick sauce seasoned with salt, pepper, and spices and simmered until it almost resembles the taste of molten cheese. Almost. It can be used on pasta or risotto dishes, or it can just be a simple dip for your meat or chicken. I packed this for lunch today, and the meatballs wonderfully absorbed the flavours of the sauce. Just make sure to reheat it in the microwave before eating.