Soupy Mushroom Meatballs

"I think that I found this on a Campbell Soup label and my favorite for this recipe is Beefy Mushroom. But remember, Cooking is a Creative Sport, so be brave and experiment."
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  • Combine meat, egg, bread crumbs and 1/4 cup tomato sauce and form into small meatballs.
  • Coat with flour and brown in cooking oil.
  • Remove from oil and set aside.
  • Add diced onions and saute until limp.
  • Add mushroom soup, meatballs, and remaining tomato sauce to the pan and simmer for 15 minutes.
  • If the mixture seems too dry, add a small amount of milk.
  • Taste, and add salt or pepper to taste.
  • Serve over rice or noodles.

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  1. ltdsaloon16r
    Made this for dinner tonight and we really enjoyed it, it's one of those recipes I wished I'd had when my kids were young. I added some milk as it was quite thick and we had it with rice. Will make it again.
  2. Lennie
    Had this easy recipe for dinner last night; it's quite good and a snap to prepare. I found it too thick for my preferences and so added some milk to thin out the sauce. I substituted cream of celery soup (the only cream soup I had on hand) and think this recipe would be great with any creamed soup. I also added garlic powder, and added some chopped celery in with the onions. This is a good, basic recipe I will definitely make again!
  3. Beeks
    I'm a meatball addict and I really liked these but I too made some changes. I added garlic powder to the meatballs and to the sauce I added milk and water because it was too thick,some more tomato sauce and crushed garlic for more flavor and parsley for added color.
  4. Melany
    they looked so scary, but tasted sooo good! bf said they tasted better than his moms swedish meatballs *g*. i added some white pepper and garlic salt to the meatballs, one crushed clove of garlic, a little worshestire (however you spell it) sauce, and 2tbsp water to the sauce, and it was wonderful! served it with rice.


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