Great recipe - I didn't have fresh parsley, so I used dried flakes, and I baked them instead. I then simmered them a little in some marinara sauce. My husband thought they were just as tasty as ground beef ones - and he's more of a meat eater. I will use this recipe again - great healthy recipe - especially if you bake instead of fry.
Delicious! Me and my boyfriend loved this recipe. Simple and "very tasty" as he said. I pan fried them in a very small amount of oil until the outside was browned then transferred them to a foil pan with chunky marinara sauce in an oven at 350 degrees for 15 min. I added mozzarella cheese as well and then put them in the broiler (or broiler setting) on HI for 2 min to crisp the cheese. I do that with my shrimp Parm as well. Absolutely yummy....
I finally found a recipe with ground turkey that I like! I followed the recipe except for increasing the spices and pankyo a little. Had a few meatballs then stewed the remainder in a can of Kirkland diced tomatoes and a can of water. I also added some tobasco to add some heat. I'll be making this for our next office party! Thank you for sharing.
Made these last night - they were so good! I didn't add oregano - not a fan but I did use Italian Bread Crumbs. I baked them for 30 minutes at 350. I made them big - only made 15. They are GREAT! I have them at work for a healthy protein snack in the afternoon. i used Perdue Ground Turkey Breast - My nutritional breakdown for 1 is: 58 calories, 0.9g Fat, 3.8g Carbs, 8.8g Protein.<br/>Love them and will be making them again soon!
My husband and I loved these!! I had everything but parsley at home already so I subbed in basil and it was fantastic! I browned my balls and then baked them at 350 until they were done. It was the right amount of time to cook my noodles and sauce. Definitely keeping these on my short list of go to recipes!
These were terrific! I had all of the ingredients in the house, and the meatballs were so easy to make and taste delicious. I took the suggestion to bake them at 350 for 30 minutes. We used them to make meatball subs, tonight, and we'll use the leftovers for spaghetti and meatballs, later in the week.
I made these to go in a tomato sauce and my family couldn't tell the difference from our usual full fat meatball. I will use this often, its flavorful and lite. thank you for sharing with us this tasty little gem.
Delicious! I used them to make meatball sandwiches on Orowheat whole grain buns topped with meatless spaghetti sauce and mozzarella cheese.
I made this recipe on 2/19/13,As I was mixing everything together,I couldn't really smell all the seasonings but resisted the urge to add anything else. After chilling for a couple of hours,all the seasonings seemed to meld together and smelled delightful. And I know the turkey balls were made " WAY " too big,because all I was able to get was 24. I baked them at 375 degrees for 35 minutes.They turned out incredibly moist and had a very nice flavor. " Keep Smiling :) "
What an easy, healthy great recipe! The first time I made these meatballs--I also baked them--I used a portion in some leftover vegetable barley soup. They made an excellent soup taste even better! With a side salad, it was a filling, healthy and great tasting meal--and so warming and comforting. My daughter, a registered nutritionist, so enjoyed the meal she asked for both recipes so she could share them with her clients.