This Baked Turkey Meatballs with Spinach recipe is healthy, full of flavor, and their baked in the oven so you won’t have to stand at the stove frying them. Form meatball mixture into handball-sized balls and arrange on prepared baking sheet; you should be able to make about 10. Broil meatballs until browned on top, about 7 minutes (browning times can vary dramatically, depending on oven broiler strength).
You simply put a small amount of oil in a roasting pan and heat in the oven for 5 mins or so. Then toss meatballs into hot oil and bake for a few minutes to sear/brown” them, then add sauce directly to pan and continue to bake for half hour or so. The result is seared meatballs baked in sauce with no standing over the stove and getting splattered!
Or, if you’re not in the neighborhood, click on the Web site and meet the Meatball Smash, two meatballs mashed on a brioche bun, and the daintier Meatball Slider, billed giddily as three bites of sheer ecstasy, then they’re gone forever.” In another dish, called Everything But The Kitchen Sink Salad, meatballs are plopped on the chef’s selection of greenmarket veggies and lettuces—this is presumably for those on a diet.
To #150 Ivana – the mixture was very wet, although I used fresh bread crumbs (frozen bread chopped up in the food processor) I did the recipe exactly in Deb’s proportions – refrigerated the entire mixture for about 30 mins before scooping out the meatballs with a scoop.
Perhaps you are like me in this way: I have recipes everywhere…a shelfful of cookbooks, a box with recipe cards, and various pages torn from magazines, newspapers…and so many slips of scrap paper with my own hand-written notes that I scratch out as I create in the kitchen.