These were okay
I liked the meatballs, but the sauce was okay. Maybe it's just my tastebuds, but I thought it was a bit too sweet. The meatballs were really good though and I ate them with marinara the next day. Thanks!
easy and very good
I was so pleasantly surprised by the flavor of these and how simple they were to make! I added a can of baby corn and some matchstick carrots - my daughter said it smelled like a Chinese restaurant while it was cooking. I would only add a comment that I put it all in a pan on the stove to heat and left it on low and the sauce really disappeared...still great flavor, though!
These were wonderful! A hit with the whole family. I used 1 1/2 pounds turkey and upped the breadcrumbs just a bit because of that. I omitted the applesauce because I used our favorite sweet & sour sauce in the can (Contadina) which I knew was already pretty sweet. Simmered for a while so the sauce really incorporated with the meatballs. Served over rice. Will double the recipe next time. Thanks Holly!
I really liked this. I doubled the sauce and served as a main dish. Though the sauce has a different consistency than I'm used to the flavor was great and I love that it is healthy. We will be eating this often!
This was outstanding! I followed the recipe as directed, but I did make the meatballs a little bigger so it took a little longer to cook.I used brown rice just to make it a little healthier! My whole family raved about how good this was! I will definatley make this often because it is very healthy! Thanks for the great recipe!
The meatballs were great. We weren't sure about the sauce, though. Next time I might make up a different sauce. I also used ground beef, since I had it on hand. Not as low-fat, but still tasted good!
I have this cookbook also. one of my favorite WW books. I made this on a whim and just used jarred plum sauce. My guests loved them too! (I didn't tell them they were turkey) They are to die for!
I had half a pound of ground turkey breast, so I halved this recipe (although I wish I had a full pound after I got done eating this!). I accidently forgot to halve the amount of soy sauce, but these still turned out great. I actually prepared them and left them in the refrigerator and when I was ready to cook them, just popped them in the oven and voila - dinner in under 20 minutes (mine only took 15 minutes to bake) - you can't beat that! The only thing I will change is that next time I will put my green pepper in my mini-food processer to mince instead of doing it by hand (I didn't quite get them small enough), but I will definitely be making this again - thanks HollyGolightly!