Mediterranean Turkey Meatball Sandwiches (Pita or Wrap)

Mediterranean Turkey Meatball Sandwiches (Pita or Wrap) created by DianaEatingRichly

The light and bright flavors in this Mediterranean Meatball Sandwich really elevates ground turkey to a higher level. Very nutritious and low in fat, and QUICK--- only 30 minutes start to finish! Makes a tasty and nutritious lunch or light dinner! From The Turkey Store meats.

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  • Combine turkey meatball ingredients; mix well. Shape into 18 (1 1/4") balls.
  • Using skillet coated with non-stick cooking spray, cook meatballs 8 to 10 minutes or until browned and no longer pink in center; stir occasionally.
  • Combine sauce ingredients.
  • Place 3 meatballs in each pita half. Add lettuce and tomato. Top with sauce.
  • Alternatively, place filling in a flour tortilla, and fold burrito style for a wrap!
  • Serves 6.
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"The light and bright flavors in this Mediterranean Meatball Sandwich really elevates ground turkey to a higher level. Very nutritious and low in fat, and QUICK--- only 30 minutes start to finish! Makes a tasty and nutritious lunch or light dinner! From The Turkey Store meats."

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  1. Julianna M.
    Recipe sounds great - I'd like to try it, but want to bake the meatballs? Anyone have suggestions for oven temp & timing?
  2. Ocean N.
    Mmhmmm. I had to get creative since I didn't have oregano or mint. Those are probably important for this recipe, but I added in thyme and turmeric. (The thyme made it taste a bit like sausage, but still good.) The sauce needed some tweaking, I added a clove of raw garlic, about half a tsp of dried dill, and a dash of salt and it was perfect.
  3. debbie1155
    How many weightwatcher points is this?
  4. DianaEatingRichly
    SO good! I left the peels on my cucumbers and used Greek yogurt so it would be more of a tzatziki sauce. Served it on naan bread with quartered mini heirloom tomatoes. Wonderful meal!
  5. DianaEatingRichly
    I left the peels on my cucumbers and used Greek yogurt so it would be more of a tzatziki sauce. Served it on naan bread with quartered mini heirloom tomatoes.
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