Cheesy Skillet Meatballs

Cheesy Skillet Meatballs

Cheesy Skillet Meatballs
Cheesy Skillet Meatballs

"Jazz up your meatballs with this hearty dish! This is a nice, simple, dinner dish. Meatballs that are cooked in your skillet with a bit of canola oil, then, they are finished off baking with spaghetti sauce. Then, they are topped off with mozzarella cheese for a melty topping. Here is what you need to make this: ground turkey (or beef/chicken/pork) grated Parmesan cheese breadcrumbs milk eggs garlic powder dried parsley salt/pepper spaghetti sauce 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese canola oil, for skillet Serve with pasta or with a crusty Italian bread."

Serves6 People

Preparation Time20 min

Cooking Time40 min

Cooking Vessel Sizelarge skillet

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Why buy frozen meatballs, when you can make them at home? This easy recipe for homemade meatballs will be tastier. When making this, I would use lean ground beef and skim milk. I would also add chopped onions and Italian seasoning to the meat. The meatballs will be delicious served over pasta.

This sounds like a fun way to dress up meatballs a bit more. Seems like it could be a fun one for family gatherings or small parties.

This, save for the parsley, is pretty much the standard recipe I'll usually follow when making meatballs. I usually use either just ground beef or a mix of beef and pork. Ground turkey has just become too expensive for my tastes over the past few years. It may be different in other parts of the country, but certainly not where I live. I normally add a bit of oregano in place of the parsley. These are great with pasta, plus they make for excellent meatball subs.


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