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My daughter sent me this recipe. She loved it so much. I added 1/2 tsp. sage, 2 Tbsp. of grated parmesan, onion power, garlic powder, salt and pepper. Also, I added about 1/8 cup of water. It made the meatballs soooo delicious. This is a keeper for me for sure!
Maybe I should have been more specific about the fat content of the turkey (see the previous review) but 99% fat free turkey does not work (I also tried to use it). The meat should have at least 7% fat.
Absolutely delicious! I did make a couple of additions/changes - I used meatloaf mix (beef/pork/veal), and added 2 TBSP of parmesan cheese and 2 tsp crushed garlic for extra flavor. Baked them according to the recipe then put them in a pot of sauce to simmer for a couple hours. They were fantastic! Definitely a keeper!
These are very good. I tripled the recipe put the cooked meatballs in a zip lock put them in the freezer and use them as needed. This is a simple recipe that gets even better when the meatballs are tossed into homemade marinara sauce.
Very nice! I didn't have Italian bread crumbs so I added dried Italian seasoning to the plain bread crumbs. I also added minced garlic and some Parmesan/Romano cheese. They were delicious. I simmered the baked meatballs in Nanny's Spaghetti Sauce from this site and ate them with whole wheat spaghetti. Healthy and quite light dinner yet so tasty...
A great way to prepare a meatball! I made these with ground beef. Very nice.. I rate it a 5 because it is a great basic meatball and is fine as is. However it s simplicity leaves plenty of room for additions. I will spare you a list of little additions that could be made to the basic recipe. I definitely think I ll have my son make these next time. It is a great starter recipe for kids in the kitchen. Thanks for sharing it!
These were a very good base recipe. I only had 99% fat free turkey, but I added cheese and a touch of olive oil and they were very moist. I also added garlic, salt, pepper, oregeno, basil & minced onion. My 2 and 1 year gobbled them up.
Very, very good. I made them for a Weight-Watchers Mediterranean-style pita sandwich. I added cumin, garlic powder, onion salt, salt, pepper, ground sage and a splash of water. Also, I used two egg whites instead of an egg. They turned out moist and VERY flavorful. Don't massage the meat too much, though, if you're using extra lean ground turkey. I mixed everything with the beaten egg first and then mixed it in JUST enough. YUM!!!
Ok but because of food allergies I had to use Egg Replacer and plain crumbs. Suspect the original recipe is alot better than my attempt. Loved the way you cooked them in the oven that will be my technique from now on.