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Fabulous as is!! I did make my meatballs bite size since that is how my family likes them. At that size I only cooked them 6 minutes and that seemed about right (less or more depending on if you like to see a little red or if you like crispy mearballs). Thanks for a great recipe my new "go to" recipe!
Starr's Savory Meatballs Haiku: "These were pretty good! Ate them with spaghetti squash. (I made mine smaller.)" I followed the recipe exactly as written only making my meatballs smaller than indicated in the directions (bout ping-pong ball size.) Tried them right from the oven (tasty but not mind-blowing - a good basic meatball) then let them simmer in sauce for a little while b4 serving over a spaghetti squash. The whole family declared them wonderful so we gotta give props to Starr for her easy meatball recipe.
Good meatballs; used for subs. I felt the portions were HUGE double my typical portion anyhow so I ended up freezing half. I had even halved the recipe! I think you could get 8 servings if served in sandwiches or over spaghetti out of 2 lbs of ground meat. I used ground turkey and added more Worcestershire b/c I think it helps 'beef' up the flavor when using ground turkey in recipes calling for beef (I find it makes turkey less noticeable to the usual beef-eaters). I made the meatballs a bit smaller than directed and they were perfectly cooked after 15 minutes. Good balance of the onion garlic and spices. Thank you!
I thought these were pretty good. I followed the recipe I just used 93% lean beef and cut the black pepper amount in half. They were a little on the herby side but I can see them working with a tomato or a beef sauce. They were huge compared to what I expected. They were about 3" and after cooking were still about 2 1/2" sized meatballs. Mine needed to cook 35 min. be flipped and then have another 20 minutes more. I cut the onion kind of small worried they wouldn't cook in time but with the extra minutes that helped. They were good with best marinara sauce yet. I plan to try them with a gravy to. 2 are filling to me especially if eaten with something else.