Easy Comfort Food Recipes & Cheesy Classics

Easy Comfort Food Recipes & Cheesy Classics

When I get a craving for meatballs, I have a very specific meatball in mind: They’re completely tender all the way through without even a hint of toughness. Otherwise I cooked the recipe exactly as instructed and it turned out wonderful. I baked them for 15 minutes and then put half in my marinara and froze the second half, it made 18 golf ball sized ones. Then I baked them for 20 then simmered in sauce for 15. These meatballs were absolutely AMAZING!

These tasty baked meatballs will disappear quickly from anyone’s Christmas party. This classic recipe for Swedish meatballs guarantees the perfect taste – if you add lingonberries! I play on trying this recipe but don’t want to deal with the tempeh, and chick peas are MUCH less expensive, of course!

I wanted them to be good enough to fly solo as a dish, whether or not there was bread, or roasted potatoes, polenta or, yes, even spaghetti on the table. We tried the spaghetti squash lasagna (my first time trying the squash noodles”) but im not too hott on the ricotta.

This recipe reimagines stuffed grape leaves by rolling flavorful lamb meatballs in collard greens. Perhaps meatballs deserve to share in the old wisecrack about sausage making and politics—the less you know about the process, the more you respect it. These days, however, discriminating chefs and cooks take pride in their meatball grind.meatball recipemeatball recipe

Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. You can substitute frozen precooked meatballs to make it a six ingredient recipe: Easy Alpine Meatballs!meatball recipe