Here are some of our favorite meatball recipes, including Swedish meatballs, porcupine meatballs, turkey meatballs, and meatballs for entertaining.
Serve these extra flavorful Swedish meatballs with hot buttered noodles, mashed potatoes, or rice, along with a tossed salad, for a delicious family meal.
Diced tomatoes add a little chunkiness to these tasty porcupine meatballs. Use packaged partially cooked rice (like Uncle Ben's Ready Rice) or minute rice if you're pressed for time.
I used half white meat ground turkey and half 85% lean ground turkey to make these turkey meatballs, and they were delicious. These turkey meatballs were wonderful in spaghetti sauce, but they would also make delicious little appetizers with a glaze or sauce.
These flavorful chili-seasoned meatballs are great with hot cooked rice or potatoes. Use diced tomatoes with chili seasonings, or add another teaspoon of chili powder and a little cumin and oregano to plain diced tomatoes.
These meatballs are delicious simmered in purchased or homemade spaghetti sauce. Double the recipe and freeze some for another day. Serve meatballs with pasta and a tossed salad, and pass the Parmesan cheese.
Ground turkey breast makes these turkey meatballs extra lean, and herbs and Parmesan cheese give them some good flavor.
Maria shares her mother's recipe for meatballs. She recommends adjusting the seasoning amounts to your own taste.
These are tasty little meatballs, perfect for a cocktail party or special gathering. For quicker preparation, chop the onion, garlic, and peppers in a food processor.
Prepared meatballs make these a snap to prepare. I used Aidell's Chipotle Meatballs in this recipe, but feel free to use your own favorite brand of refrigerated or frozen prepared meatballs or make your own from scratch.
A flavorful appetizer meatballs, baked then kept warm in the slow cooker. If you need something quicker, combine your own favorite frozen meatballs with the sauce ingredients, then cook on HIGH in the slow cooker for about 2 hours.