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129 1/3/13 10:28 P
Add sliced green peppers, onions, and a jar of salsa, serve over rice. Add a can of Campbells beefy mushroom soup, sliced can or fresh mushrooms, and serve with mashed potatoes and veggie, Add onion and bar b q sauce and simmer until hot add any side. Add pasta sauce/top with cheese and make a open face meatball sub Meatballs can be used in cassarole recipes in place of ground beef Use in place of stew meat in Beef Stew Hope this helps, I also buy frozen meatballs on sale.
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1,273 1/2/13 4:32 P
Meatballs and a little gravy, with quartered artichoke hearts and asparagus cuts over brown rice. Not "gourmet" by any stretch, but we love it!
The Swet and Sour meatballs are yummy! Also you can make Super Bowl party food out of them by putting a pepperoni slice on them,wrapping with bacon secure with a toothpick, then bake for about 15 min, until bacon is done. Put them in a crockpot with barbeque or the sweet n sour sauce. These are really good and look like you spent a lot of time on them. They are also meaty so the guys should love them.
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1,142 12/21/12 9:17 P
One of family's favorites is sweet & sour meatballs. 1 jar of chili sauce (found in the condiment aisle) and an equal amount of grape jelly. Mix well over medium heat until jelly melts and add meatballs. Cook until meatballs are done. I've also done it in a crockpot and doubled the recipe. It may sound odd, but it really is good.
Put frozen meatballs in a baking dish and sprinkle a package of dry onion soup over the meatballs. Pour 2 cans of fat free Cream of mushroom soup over top and 1 can skim milk. Cover tightly with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minnutes or until all is hot.
Serve over rice or egg noodles.
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208 12/12/12 2:04 P
Oops I didn't realize you had the prepared meatballs, but no matter! I forgot to say add your favorite marinara sauce to those, simmer, then put a few meatballs into the skinny buns, pita pockets, or just use regular buns or bread. You can always have yours without the bun, open-faced to save on calories too; whole wheat is ok but I don't like it for these. The skinny buns are in the bread aisle or bakery section, they're just sliced from regular ones so are flat and thin. Add the cheese last.
Thanks for the ideas, guys! I really like the meatball sandwich idea. I'll have to look for some of those buns!
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208 12/11/12 2:55 P
Make a meatball sub using those skinny buns and sprinkle on a little Parmesan cheese or shredded mozzarella. I also make these barbecue meatballs and they are just good plain, the recipe uses catsup, brown sugar, vinegar and the meatballs use a little flour rather than bread crumbs. Hope this helps!
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3,116 12/11/12 1:56 P
You could defrost them and turn them into a meat loaf. Serve with baked sweet potatoes, (or regular) and a veggie.
I'm looking for some suggestions on what to do with meatballs, besides spaghetti. I'm so tired of spaghetti, but hubby loves it. To me, it's not enough pasta for the calories, and the effort is just not worth it. But, I have two bags of frozen meatballs now, what do I do with them? Any creative ideas?
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