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We hated it - sorry - the turkey taste was way off...

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paintedladies64 July 15, 2010

This is a beautiful dish. The only problem I had was that the meatballs tasted a bit like stuffing. Next time I will make my own Italian seasoning. The gravy is absolutely delicious and creamy. I have never used evaporated milk in this way before but it won't be the last time. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe.

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GaylaV September 09, 2008

My first day back on the WW Core program and I needed a recipe using ground turkey and other ingredients on hand. Since I was captivated by the idea of miniature meatballs, I decided to carry the theme throughout the preparation. So my dish included baby yellow and red peppers sliced into rings and baby cremini mushrooms halved; and stirred in 1 cup of chopped baby spinach to introduce some extra vegetables and color. Instead of flour, I used arrowroot to thicken the sauce (0 points) and served this on whole wheat pasta, stirred into the sauce just before serving. The dish was just wonderful with a beautiful blend of seasonings and textures. And the sauce, a marvelous silky texture suggesting cream, just as silky, but lighter on the palette as well as the waistline. A definite keeper. Thanks Annacia!

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justcallmetoni May 04, 2008

I deviated a bit from the cooking process. Baked the meatballs instead of frying. I used regular milk and just combined the flour/chicken bouillon with it before adding to the rest of the sauteed ingredients in the pan. Made a nice sauce. I also combined everything with some egg noodles instead of serving over rice. Worked out just fine. :)

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Lori Mama April 22, 2008

I used lean ground beef. Not a good idea. Maybe an egg was missing. My meatballs were fragile. I was not able to find fresh ground turket at the market. I used green and red peppers. Half and half cream for half quantity requested and the remaining it was milk. I omitted the flour. I had to cook a few more minutes cause the peppers were not tender. It's so good :P Thanks Annacia :) Made for 123 hit wonders.

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Boomette November 11, 2007

Absolutely delicious! I love the sauce on these meatballs - the flavors blend beautifully, rich and creamy without being too heavy. This dish was fantastic!!

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loof November 01, 2007
Italian Meatballs With Peppers