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Hi there .,this looks delicious and you have a great site. one question, is there any way to make this ahead of time for say 6-8 people and reheat this way i dont have to cook while company is over? thanks
Hi Lynn, If you start with really fresh ground beef and wrap them well, they should be just fine. The beef may discolor slightly but that won’t affect the taste. As an option, you can bake the meatballs ahead and then gently reheat…but either way should truly work well.
My (almost) 10 year old wanted to make dinner and chose this recipe. Delicious, except I would use WAY LESS worcestershire sauce. It monopolized and that was all you could taste, so I had to add more sour cream. Will try again with less, and I’m certain it will be incredible. Thank you for this recipe! 
My husband liked it, he gave it three (3) stars. I did not care for it. The only taste that stuck out was the worchestershire sauce. That’s the only thing I tasted besides that, I thought it to be quite bland. I made it as directed but used greek yogurt as the recipe stated it could be substituted. Peoples taste are different so the thing to do is try it. My husband gets the leftovers. I doubled the receipt.
Linguine Al Limone with Grilled Chia-Chicken MeatballsChia gel replaces eggs in this recipe, helping keep these chicken meatballs light and fluffy. The sauce is creamy and lemony, a combination that simply melts in the mouth. As an option, try spinach linguine, which pairs nicely with the flavors in this dish and looks beautiful.
A no oil oven “fry” method and lean chicken means that these crispy, delicious taquitos are clean and easy to prepare and can be consumed with far less guilt than the traditional fried variety. Another great choice for game day or any old night of the week. My boys love these!
We’ve put together eight weeks worth of free meal plans, complete with the easy family dinner recipes for each day’s main dish and side dishes. Click on the link for each week to get the full week of easy dinner ideas and the meal plan that goes with each day. We’ve done the planning so you can forget worrying about what’s for dinner tonight.
Start by bringing a large pot of water to a boil so that pasta can cook while you prepare the sauce. Dice the onion and mince the garlic. Cook them both in a skillet with the olive oil over medium-low heat until they are soft and transparent.
A lean cut of pork tenderloin alongside hearty panzanella creates a satisfying yet healthy weeknight dish. Try the pork with a refreshing side of mango-yogurt sauce (using low-fat yogurt will help to trim fat intake even more).
Casseroles are fantastic one-dish dinners, and our Tomato ’n’ Beef Casserole with Polenta Crust brings together a range of delicious flavors in a single mouthful. You’ll love the cornmeal crust, with its secret ingredients—steak seasoning that adds extra spice to every bite, and Cheddar cheese. Tomato paste adds richness to this casserole. So lightly grease a baking dish and get ready to prepare what is sure to become one of your favorite casseroles of all time. Once you’ve had your first taste, we’re sure that the mouthwatering combination of beef and tomato sauce on a hearty cornmeal crust will make this your ultimate comfort food.
“This is a make once eat twice recipe. The meatballs were wonderful and its the Allspice that drew my attention to this one. And I think it is that one ingredient that has one thinking there is a secret ingredient in here. No one would ever guess Allspice. I also agree that a 1/2 cup of milk is perfect. I would also recommend chilling the mixture before forming the meatballs. I too mixed mine by hand. Mine did sick to the rack so next time I’ll use parchment paper. Meatballs a winner and the left over mixture produced a very moist and wonderful Stuffed Meatloaf * Would I recommend it ? Absolutly. Love testing out new Recipes.
Sesame Oil: The flavor of sesame oil in this dish is unmistakeable and not really able to be substituted. Some Asian grocery stores will try and sell less expensive options that aren’t actually sesame oil, so just be sure the one you’re buying is authentic sesame oil.
I’m Amanda… a wife, mother of two rambunctious kiddos, photography nerd, and bacon lover! I believe that gourmet meals should be something we can ALL enjoy. Now that you’re here, stay a bit, browse a few recipes, and let’s get cookin’!
Some recipes use equal portions of beef, veal, and pork, which is also nice, yet more expensive. These days you can find all sorts of lean-to-fat ratios for ground beef. Most stores sell 90% lean, 10% fat, but I prefer the 80% lean, 20% fat ratio for this recipe.
A generous handful of garlic and a rousing measure of red pepper flakes kicks this tomato and shrimp sauce into high gear. Simmer the garlic, pepper and tomatoes with wine, toss hot pasta with the cooked shrimp then put it all together and serve.
You never knew “plain” rice could taste this good. Create the perfect pot of fluffy, well-seasoned rice every time with this foolproof method. Get the Recipe: Perfect 3-Step Rice How to Make Jamaican Rice and Peas How to Make Sheet Pan Fried Rice
For a hearty yet healthy dinner with minimal prep work, try creamy grits over bell peppers, onions, collard greens and black-eyed peas. Using skim milk to prepare the grits will cut back on excess calories and fat.
These burgers are quick and easy to prepare and cook on the grill. Worcestershire sauce and a little brown sugar give the burgers some great flavor. Try these burgers with this tasty Remoulade Sauce or Chipotle Mayonnaise.
A step up from the typical veggie burger, this meatless main is prepared with mashed pinto beans and kale and then stacked on a whole-wheat English muffin with lettuce, tomato and onion. Fries are a must, of course — in this case, delicious sweet potato wedges. The healthy dessert: peaches in yogurt.
The ideal hamburger combines the fattiness of chuck with the rich, beefy flavor of sirloin. Grace Parisi uses equal parts of both cuts in her mix, a foundation you can transform into all sorts of variations. When she has the time, she grinds her own meat after salting it overnight: It’s an extra step that makes the burger truly superb.
I make these often, have used half pork & half 80/20 beef, and I like that combo better than the all-beef (which was good, but not *as* good). I use fresh oregano and prepared breadcrumbs. I roast them for the original 20 minutes but I don’t cook them again with the sauce cuz I like to keep the leftovers un-sauced — I heat up the sauce on the stovetop (usually a prepared sauce if it’s a weeknight) and then add meatballs according to how many people I’m serving. The balls themselves are so tasty! They make great snacks all by themselves and I can’t help but snitch while the spaghetti & sauce are cooking 🙂
Thanks so much 4 the recipe! I just wrote a comment, not sure you got it. Is it better to make this the day before & keep in the frig without the balls in order to enhance the flavor. & if yes, will it dry out?? Thanks Ann 4 this simple yet great ingredient recipe!
Thx so much for sharing your recipe’s in the crockpot! I’m unable to stand for long periods, or stir things a lot due to a chronic spinal cord disorder that approx only 150 worldwide has been diagnosed with. My husband & kids have been cooking, so this is easier for everyone to just dump things in the crockpot, smelling the great food linger throughout the house all day while its cooking… Then another great thing is its one thing to hand wash for them afterwards! Since I signed up for your future recipes through this site, I can’t
So versatile, these Teriyaki Beef Meatballs can be served as a meal with steamed rice and veggies OR as an appetiser! The BEST part? Get your oven to do the work for you! No need to wait around a hot pan watching your perfectly rounded meatballs flatten while they cook, or worry you’re going to burn them if you turn around for 2 minutes.

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  1. I have been using this recipe for several months. Today I will just broil the meatballs for use in a variety of sauces. I have no idea how that will work out, but I have high hopes. I like the idea of having these on hand & frozen for those busy days when I know there is no time to cook. Thanks for such a great and easy recipe!
    This is my favorite meatball recipe because of the flavor – the beef and pork combo is superior, I think, to just beef and to beef pork and veal. Just using beef and pork gives the meatballs the most flavor. The texture always comes out well too. Can’t speak for the sauce – I use my own recipe.
    Leftover mashed potatoes are mixed with white cheddar cheese to form the top crust for this British pub-food staple. Ground beef is traditionally used, but lean ground turkey will work, as well. Brown the crust under the broiler for a minute or two, if you like.

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