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Category: Meat Recipes
Meatballs are an excellent year-round dish that are great as a dinner dish, as well as a dish for a backyard barbecue or party. No matter what the occasion or season, these simple meatball recipes will be perfect for your next meal or party.
Love meatballs and fondue? Combine both food loves with this homemade meatball recipe. An interesting take on both fondue and meatballs, this recipe is delicious and only takes two minutes to make in a fondue pot, easily the fastest meatball recipe.
This brine is a great way to remove the wild taste from geese, pheasants or other types of birds you may cook. It is simple and very easy to make.
Beef tongue is a traditional meat in many cultures and is something of an acquired taste. As a fatty piece of meat, beef tongue is full of flavor and adapts well to accompanying flavors.
Not your average meatball recipe, this cocktail meatballs recipe is a nice addition at a cocktail party. Chili powder, cranberry sauce, brown sugar and lemon juice give these meatballs amazing flavor and an interesting quality other meatballs lack.
Not just another meatball recipe, this meatballs recipe is a great tasting, family favorite. You don't usually find water chestnuts in a meatballs recipe, but they do add amazing flavor that will make you come back scooping for seconds.
Do your kids turn up their noses at ground turkey recipes? By turning it into a turkey pizza roll, you can create an easy and healthy meal that will be sure to be a hit! Plus, you can customize the toppings to suit your family's tastes.
Use your favorite sausage to flavor a hearty potato and corn bread dressing. This dressing bakes in a casserole and can be served as a filling side-dish.
Make this hearty British classic with flavorful ox kidney and steak. This recipe includes a basic recipe for butter pastry crust.
Haggis is a traditional Scottish dish resembling a sausage. Lamb liver and other ingredients are stuffed inside of a sheep's stomach and boiled. Don't knock it till you try it!