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    Using Frozen Meatballs

    Security is knowing I have a bag of frozen meatballs in my freezer, ready for any use I might want to make of them. They are delicious: tender and flavorful and completely safe since they are already fully cooked. I could, of course, use meatballs made from my own recipe in the following, but who wants to do that on hectic days when I can reach for the bag of frozen ones? Here are some ideas for use as well as several good sauces to cook the meatballs in. Or use just about any sauce on the grocer's shelves — spaghetti, al fredo, cream of mushroom soup.... If I have missed any recipes for frozen meatballs, I hope you'll let me know so I can add them!
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    Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals by J. Pare.

    Recipe #121093

    Adapted from Company's Coming Make Ahead Meals by J. Pare.

    Recipe #121096

    4 Reviews |  By Bev

    I've had this recipe a long time and is a favorite. If you like hot, be sure to put out the hot sauce!

    Recipe #20998

    An online friend gave me the original recipe...and taught me how to pronounce it! I tweaked it to my Texas tastes and it ended up a mighty scrumptious meal. I like to serve it with garlic toast, a nice, crisp green salad and a big glass of iced sweet tea.

    Recipe #111459

    This recipe includes packaged foods for both convenience and homestyle goodness. Great for a busy weekday or weekend dinner. Another quick and easy recipe from my favorite new casserole cookbook.

    Recipe #162807

    This recipe is from Other variations are listed below as well. Enjoy!

    Recipe #184025

    Those with kids must try this! Very easy, inexpensive treat, ready in no time. Great for family dinners or pot luck.

    Recipe #181844

    Declicious sauce to simmer meatballs in for a party. This was given to me by my sister-in-law years ago and everytime I make it, I have extra copies of the recipe for my guests.

    Recipe #171186

    So good with fried mushrooms and smothered with ketchup and a side of fries!

    Recipe #174917

    This recipe is special more for its cooking method than its ingredients. You can modify it to suit your taste, but I think you'll agree...making spaghetti and meatballs can't get any easier than this !

    Recipe #175071

    This came from a Betty Crocker cookbook.I thought it looked quick and easy.And totally kid friendly.Two major things i look for in a recipe.

    Recipe #110227

    Recipe #70045

    This makes a wonderful lunch on a cold day. Serve with a salad for a healthy supper.

    Recipe #24490

    1 Reviews |  By Betsy

    It taste as good as it looks and is way better than it sounds.

    Recipe #11792

    7 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Presto! Frozen cooked meatballs, canned beef broth and salsa are the magic ingredients that transform the traditional Mexican albondigas soup into a quick and easy, every day treat.

    Recipe #43931

    24 Reviews |  By Derf

    Quick, tasty, nourishing, soup, add a little zip, if you like, a dash of red pepper flakes.

    Recipe #21737

    This is one of those meals that you can throw together in 15 minutes for you family after a long day at work. ENJOY!

    Recipe #171133

    I always love to find a new way to use frozen meatballs--either commercial or homemade and frozen. This is a particularly good (and hearty) soup. I think you will enjoy it. I found a tiny elbow macaroni in the Mexican section of the ethnic aisle of the supermarket; I thought it worked very well in this recipe. It's name is Pasta Alimenticia (La Moderna brand). I also substituted Navy beans for the kidneys since we like them best. The recipe comes from "Slow Cooker Magic" by Rehberg and Conway.

    Recipe #169381

    37 Reviews |  By wizkid

    In England, swedish meatballs are very available and cheap. They are very good with the following cream sauce and boiled potatoes. My son, who has to be one of the faddiest people on the planet, found this delicious. This is from the cookbook 'Ikea's Real Swedish Food Book'.

    Recipe #97674

    Recipe #166866

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