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Making these meatballs can be very time consuming but once you make and freeze them they are actually a time-saver. These are great to use in a quick Italian Wedding Soup. They're also great added to ramen noodle soup with some mixed frozen vegetables. Use in pasta or with finger rolls for 'mini' meatball sandwiches (for little mouths). The possibilities are endless :-)

Recipe #295251

4 Reviews |  By hobbgal

So yummy, these are addicting. A family tried and true favorite. I make a ton of these meatballs and freeze them. I serve these with rice. My family gobbles this up and I bet yours will too.

Recipe #291476

Found these at a church pot-luck and begged for the recipe. I served these at our Superbowl party and they were the first thing to go. You can make them smaller and stick a toothpick in as an appetizer. They are delicious and easy to make. Always a hit!

Recipe #289752

EXCELLANT!! My husband requests these for every party we attend. They are usually one of the first items gone. Sometimes I double the sauce because we like them extra gooey!!

Recipe #284398

Tasty sweet and sour meatballs

Recipe #284468

Contributed by Norma Hampton from the Lubec Women's Club in "What's Cookin' Downeast Maine". Love these old community cookbooks.

Recipe #283429

This is a great crowd pleaser.

Recipe #278375

A solf swedish meatball

Recipe #84309

7 Reviews |  By VickyJ

This came from a Kraft magazine. The recipe calls for frozen meatballs, but I used my own. This is really hearty and delish.. great comfort food! Serve this with a nice dinner salad.

Recipe #272671

Delicious! My mom has made them ever since I can remember--passed down from my gramma. Not too sour and not to sweet, they sure hit the spot!

Recipe #268454

Another old time favorite. I don't measure so these are approximate. Adjust to taste. The only things I measure are the cheese and breadcrumbs. Try with my marinara sauce.

Recipe #267797

Super fast and yummy meal for nights when you don't have much time or energy. Serve over egg noodles. Add a green salad and dinner's done!

Recipe #255799

This is my own recipe and never published before. I usually just dump everything in the pot without measuring it, but decided that if I wanted to post it, I had better measure so that others can at least have a starting point. Tweak it to your own tastes by adding either spicy or sweet Italian sausage. I like the bite of spicy. The spices listed here are approximate. Taste often and add more as needed. Just remember, that although you can add spices all day long, you can never remove them once they are in the sauce so add a little at a time, simmer a short time, taste and add more if desired. Make the recipe your own in the comfort of your kitchen by taking liberties with it. I won't mind in the least. It is what I would do if this recipe was posted by you. Note: The meatballs will feel dry due to the breadcrumbs while mixing. It will take some effort to mix, but do not add egg to the mix. Just keep squeezing the mixture through your fingers until all the cheese and bread crumbs are incorporated into the meat. You will not need the egg to bind them.

Recipe #139956

My mom started making this when I was younger and it's always a hit! I've had to jot down the recipe anytime I've made it for company. I usually make up a big batch of these meatballs and keep in the freezer for other uses because they are so good! Hope you like them too!

Recipe #73008

This is such a delicious and comforting meal. It is really very easy and I recommend making the meatballs rather than using frozen ones. I like to serve buttered noodles as a side or over mashed potatoes! Recipe is from Family Circle.

Recipe #252654

I stumbled upon this recipe years ago in a tattered ground beef cookbook. Glad I gave it a try! My family loves this and I've been making it ever since. The sauce goes well with any kind of barbecue. I use it on everything from ribs to chicken to meatloaf!

Recipe #252441

a LOT of people use grape jelly... a girl at work cued me in on this little secret for her super-simple meatballs. EVERYBODY loves the sweet & spicy combination.

Recipe #248649

Serve as a snack with ketchup or with pasta

Recipe #248706

20 Reviews |  By Lennie

According to the 1968 Time/Life book, Foods of the World: The Cooking of Scandinavia, this recipe makes true Swedish meatballs. The proper name is Sma Kottbullar.

Recipe #13892

Recipe #247179

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