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I thought they were good and the toddlers ate them. Substituted dried italian herbs at a lower quantity and added onion/garlic powders too. My hubby wanted them a little more brown or crispy but I used turkey so that could be it. Would use less than a tblsp of italian herbs next time and maybe try with beef. Hubby thought they were "sweet" but he always suspects that of my food...there's NO sugar in this and I don't taste sweetness at all.

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The Amaze-Ing Me February 23, 2010

Excellent. They work well for my daughter who is allergic to eggs and dairy. Very quick and easy to make.

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a.whiting April 01, 2008

Great, little meatballs. I subbed an egg for the water and added a little garlic powder and chili powder as I did not have any fresh chives. I served with some brown gravy and mashed potatoes, thank you for the great little recipe!!!

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Take a Letter Maria January 24, 2008

Incredibly delicious meatballs. I love the dijon/worcestershire combination.

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cuisinebymae June 17, 2007

I had no eggs and we had to have spaghetti n meatballs... I wasn't sure if dijon mustard flavoured meatballs would be good with spahetti sauce but these lil meatballs are a burst of flavour and would taste good with just about anything!!! So good!!! Easy to make!!! Thanks!!!

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ieatfoOod. June 23, 2006

For being my first attempt at making meatballs, this was so simple and delicious! I used Italian breadcrumbs and instead of chives I used a italian spice blend. Very yummy! Thanks for sharing!!

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Misti_Country_Girl September 16, 2004
Mini Meatballs