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Very good and easy. I added a little salt at the end. Also I didn't have lemon zest so I used a bit of lemon juice...worked out fine. We actually had this for dinner not cocktails!! Husband really liked it.
I was inspired to make lamb meatballs after watching Harold on Top Chef make some nice spicy lamb sicilian style meatballs. I wanted to make something not so spicy though and I found this excellent recipe. Thank you for beating my meatball doldrums!
I wanted to serve this with rice as a meal so I scaled the meatballs down to 6 servings but made the sauce as written. The meatballs were really quite bland and the wine in the sauce was absolutely overpowering. I ended up adding about half a can of tomato sauce and even then it wasn't especially good. I won't be making this again. Thanks anyway.
OMG very good recipe it cost much more than ground turkey or beef but its worth every dollar. I added more tomato sauce and 1/3 cup of lemon juice instead of zest and put a lil bit of lemon juice in the sauce as well. Ummmm (Home Simpson voice) it was soo good.
Lamb has a different taste than beef so this was a nice change of pace. Good ratio of meat to bread crumbs too - thanks for getting that right Kathy. Next time I will make MUCH more sauce. I made two batches this time and preferred the sauce made with white wine. The only drawback to this recipe is that ground lamb was expensive ( 13 /lb) and was a bit hard to find. Had to go to a butcher in town because the grocery store only sold lamb chops.