Whether you’re serving them as a side dish at a graduation party, or as a main dish over noodles, meatballs are a family favorite and an easy crowd pleaser. Some people love meatballs but are stuck in a meatball rut, always making the same kind and never experimenting with new recipes. Well if you happen to find yourself in your own meatball rut, we can help you become rut free with these fantastic meatball recipes.
Campbell’s Tomatoey Sweet and Sour Meatballs: This simple meatball recipe is very versatile with three cooking options to choose from. You can either cook these sweet and sour meatballs in a slow-cooker, oven, or on top of the stove. Either way you choose, these sweet and sour delights are sure to be a hit at your dinner table.
Swedish Meatballs in Mushroom Sauce: We could never write a blog about meatballs and leave out the ever-so -popular Swedish meatball recipe. Swedish meatballs have always been at the top of the meatball food chain. Their rich, creamy sauce and enticing flavor makes them a meatball icon. Follow this recipe for a great Swedish meatballs recipe that adds mushrooms to the assortment of flavorful ingredients. (As a side note, when I make Swedish meatballs I like to cook egg noodles with them and mix the noodles into the recipe at the very end, that way the noodles soak up the creamy gravy and I can serve the meatballs and noodles as a main course.)
Italian Meatballs for an Army: Are you having a grad party or a large gathering this summer and are looking for a party-size meatball recipe to feed all of your guests’ hungry appetites? Look no further than this Italian meatballs for an army recipe. This recipe, which calls for seven pounds of ground chuck and three pounds of ground pork, is sure to satisfy any meatball enthusiast at your party. The meatballs also only take a half hour to bake, so if time is an issue, this may be the right recipe for you.
Hawaiian Meatballs– You’ll want to break out the coconut milk and the ukulele when you bite into these Hawaiian meatballs. How to make meatballs has never gotten more creative with this island version of a classic recipe.
Last but not least, if you would like to cook meatballs vegetarian style, try this Meat-Free Meatballs recipe. This meatless meatballs recipe lacks meat, but has all the flavor of a traditional meatball recipe. Vegetarian mince replaces meat and still gives the recipe that meatball texture.
After all those recipes are you still seeking out the perfect meatball recipe to make this coming week? Valerie of A Canadian Foodie shows you how to create The Ultimate Meatball. Made with ground beef, veal and pork, these delicious meatballs are packed full of flavor.
If you’re seeking a less formal meatball recipe or simply love a good, old meatball sub, The Mennonite Girls Can Cook blog offers this recipe for BBQ Meatball Subs. Serve on a toasted bun with melted cheese and it is sure to be a mouth watering favorite. Also, if you decide to make one of the other meatball recipes instead and end up having leftovers, you could easily make your own version of this recipe and put your heated leftovers in a toasted bun and it will taste just as amazing.
Maybe all these meatball recipes sound great to you, but you’re still looking for something extra, maybe something spicy? If that is the case, these Moroccan Spicy Meatballs may contain all the spice you need.
Meatballs aren’t usually the most healthy form of entree, but they can be with this organic meatball recipe straight from the Blackbird Bakery blog. Made with one pound of organic grass fed beef, these health-conscious meatballs will leave you with the satisfying taste of a great meal without the extra fat.
So whether you want to try a new take on a meatball recipe with Hawaiian meatballs, or you enjoy the classic flavor of Swedish meatballs, your next meatball dinner will be a success with these great meatball recipes and ideas.