These are soooooo good. I used beef broth in place of the wine in the sauce and cooked it down so it would be thick and cling to the meatballs well. Love that the meatballs were ask to be baked as I do that all of the time anyway so this time I didn't feel like I was cheating, lol. Weather you use balls and sauce in a sandwich, on pasta or anything else you might wish you'll be happy that you made it. :D
A hit a our club meeting. Very yummy, will definitely use again.
I prepared these sandwiches with bread slices. For the crumbs I had leftover of white bread that crubled with my food processor.<br/>As cheese I had mozzarella (dry kind) lefovers and sliced provolone. <br/>I prepared one third of the proposed meatballs with corresponding sauce, so that I could use only the sandwich I needed and the other meatballs could stay in the sauce.<br/>I prepared the bread in the oven: first broiled one slice wiht the provolone, than added one meatball (I prepared in the size of the breadI) with the sauce, topped with mozzarella and place the secon slice near the prepared bread. I removed the sandwich as the mozzarella was running and placed the warm slice bread on top. Delicious!
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Breezermom this is sooo good. It is so worth the extra effort. I would highly recommend this to anyone that loves meatballs. So tender and full of flavor, love the little zip from the hot pork sausage that I used. The meatballs were so tender prepared this way and the sauce was excellent, loved the bold rich flavor. Made exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. I made one with provolone cheese for me and one with old cheddar for the dh, both versions were super tasty. Thanks for sharing your wonderful recipe.
Delightfully delicious. I made smaller meatballs, as the larger ones tend to be difficult to get my mouth around, LOL! Also, I used ground pork and added fennel and Italian seasoning to mimic the sausage flavor as I had no sausage. It worked perfectly. Made for Rookie Recipe tag game 2013
About all those sandwiches my mom used to pack for my school lunch...well, those don't count for nothin'. Made for Everyday Is A Holiday.