Up next in the “5 Ways” series…meatballs! These are another versatile food that do really well with “mixing and matching!”
Here are a few options for your meatballs…
3. Asian or Sweet and Sour Meatballs
4. BBQ Meatballs in the Slow Cooker
OK…here’s a question for you!
How many eggs do you add to your meatballs?!
There is nothing worse that a dry meatball! Try adding an extra egg to the next recipe you try and see if it makes a difference in how moist and delicious they turn out. I’ve noticed a big difference since adding 2 eggs to my meatballs, as opposed to 1 egg.
Try it and let us know how you like it!
Chicken meatballs to be added to Italian Wedding Soup. Use this recipe: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/italian-wedding-soup-recipe/index.html for the meatballs and substitute ground chicken for the other meats.
i make my meatballs the same way i make my meatloaf. 1 egg but LOTS of veggies and other things added in. i guess i’ll have to make a post on my blog
I have a recipe for meatballs and tomato sauce that I made the wrong way the first time I made them. The recipe said to make the meatballs, brown them, then add 1/4 cup of red wine to the pan to deglaze it. I didn’t read the directions but stirred the wine into the meatball mixture. They were so moist and delicious! I’ve made them that way ever since.
I started subbing oatmeal for the bread crumbs in my meatball recipes when we thought our youngest had a wheat allergy. They turn out super moist. The allergy days are behind us, but I’ll never go back!