Meatball Palooza: 15+ Recipes To Try

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One guess for what’s on the menu at my house tonight…my problem though: which recipe to choose? These all look soooo good! This week’s Hit List is a tempting collection I’ve handpicked from around the web, some traditional favorites like Italian, sweet & sour and Swedish are included but I’ve also found other tasty treasures that I can’t wait to try.

FryingIf your family loves meatballs, I’m sure you’ll find a new favorite in this list ;). Enjoy!

  1. Incredible: Promises great flavor and texture, these are made with hamburger, Parmesan, panko, oregano and more. Baked for 30 minutes (350°F). [Cook With Honey].
  2. Spicy Coffee Glazed: Yum! The glaze is made with brown sugar, Starbucks French Roast Coffee and Siracha. [That’s so Michelle].
  3. Sweet & Sour: Promises to be the best you’ll ever have, includes jellied cranberries, plain tomato sauce, shredded cabbage and more. [Katherine Martinelli].
  4. Mountain: Cheddar, red onions, oregano, cumin, coriander, pepper & salt, nutmeg, Dijon, chili powder and more. Sauce includes bell & chili peppers, plum tomatoes, molasses, brown sugar, cider vinegar, ketchup, Worcestershire, sweet smokey paprika powder, cocoa, granulated coffee. [KayoticKitchen].
  5. Roman-Style: Nice & hearty, these are made with beef, pork and bits of prosciutto and simmered in a delicious tomato sauce. [Williams-Sonoma].
  6. Slowcooker: Yields 16 and needs 4 hours cooking time, has whole plum tomatoes and paste, extra virgin olive oil, crushed red pepper flakes, bay leaf, Pecorino cheese and more. [Canadian Family].
  7. Taco Ring: While it looks complicated, this attractive filled ring is really very easy to assemble, the crescent roll dough is a nice change from the usual tortilla shells or chips. [Taste Of Home].
  8. In Tomato Basil Cream: Not only are these so simple to make (only 4 ingredients!) but this yields a big batch. The article recommends to use some now and freeze the rest for later. [Krista’s Kitchen].
  9. Porcupine: Will freeze perfectly either before or after baking. Filled with fully cooked rice (can be brown), shredded Cheddar, assorted seasonings. [Cooking During Stolen Moments].
  10. Freezer: You can substitute lean ground chicken, lamb, pork or turkey for the beef. Makes about 150, enough for 4 meals of 4 servings each. [The Canadian Living Test Kitchen].
  11. Mozzarella-Stuffed: Prep time is 25 minutes, includes plain bread crumbs, milk or water, garlic cloves, crushed tomatoes (canned), lean sirloin, flat-leaf parsley, freshly grated Parmigiano-Reggiano, an egg. [Every Day With Rachel Ray].
  12. Moroccan Spiced (Lamb): Topped off with a lemon mint sauce (low fat Greek yogurt, lemon zest, fresh mint, garlic). Meat mixture: grated ginger, garlic, ras el hanout (or curry powder and garam masala), ground turkey & lamb. [Culinary Adventures Of A New Wife].
  13. Sweet & Sour: Tender and perfectly seasoned, items needed: quick oats, slightly beaten eggs, onion, milk, Worcestershire, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, mustard, Worcestershire. [My Kitchen Cafe].
  14. Asian: Yields about 20 pieces, ground pork, minced garlic, Kosher salt, fresh ginger, cilantro, roasted sesame seeds, an egg, minced serrano peppers, plain dry bread crumbs. [Life’s Ambrosia].
  15. Swedish: Serve over wide egg noodles with a mix of steamed vegetables on the side but can be a terrific party food as well. Ingredients include white bread, milk, clarified butter, onion, ground chuck and pork, egg yolks, nutmeg and assorted spices, all-purpose flour, broth and heavy cream. [Once Upon A Plate].
  16. Tomato & Chipotle: Stuffed with chopped zucchini and onion and braised directly in a simmering sauce. [The Wednesday Chef].
  17. Grandma Maroni’s (100 Years Old): Oven-baked, these are made with chuck, dried bread crumbs, eggs, whole milk, Romano, grated Spanish onion, garlic, Italian parsley leaves and fresh basil. [Food Network].

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Published: October 15, 2009
Updated: October 16, 2012

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