This is a very smart idea for a different taste in meatballs, very good!!!
Made this for a holiday party with rave reviews. Moist and tender. Just as easy as any other meatball recipe. (I forgot to add parsley with no adverse reaction.) Great tasting sauce. I froze the meatballs ahead of time, then defrosted them, made the sauce, put everything in the crockpot and let it go. This would also make a really tasty meatloaf! As Rachel Ray says, "YUMMO!"
These are simple to make and taste very good! I made one change however, in that I baked the meatballs first and drained the fat off before stirring them into the sauce. Brought these to two holiday parties this season and got raves each time, and requests for the recipe. Thanks for posting!
I find this a very tasty recipe, I did make a couple changes. I used chopped green onion and no garlic as DH doesn't like it. I halved the recipe but made the whole sauce part as we like lots of sauce on it.
It takes approximately 45 minutes to prepare meatballs & sauce. Serving size is approximately 38 meat balls. I used ground turkey instead of beef & came out much better, used fresh garlic & minced together with the onions, also a dash of cajun & Itatilian seasonings made the meatballs a complete success.