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Veal Meatballs

A local Italian restaurant makes an awesome veal meatball dinner served with a pesto sauce to allow the delicate flavors of the veal to shine through. This is my version.

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  • Pre-heat oven to 400.
  • Combine all ingredients together.
  • Form into one inch balls.
  • Bake for 20-25 minutes.
  • Serve with your favorite sauce.
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"A local Italian restaurant makes an awesome veal meatball dinner served with a pesto sauce to allow the delicate flavors of the veal to shine through. This is my version."
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  1. csmitheaglebrook
    Someone posts a recipe, you make it, but not before telling us about the 37 substitutions you made. ALERT: If you changed the recipe, you didn't make the posted recipe. Keep your modifications to yourself. THIS HAPPENS ALL THE TIME. RIDICULOUS............
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  2. Originalbob
    I ALWAYS keep these on hand in the freezer - wonderful recipe. Throw a few into your favorite sauce and boil some quality pasta for an instant gourmet meal. Outstanding, KelBel -- thank you.
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  3. Tara2008
    These were great! I made them to make meatball sandwiches. I used regular breadcrumbs because I didn't have any Italian. I also didn't have a shallot so I chopped up about 1/8 a cup of onion and put in 2 cloves of minced garlic. Once they were done baking, I put them on hoagie rolls & topped with my favorite pizza sauce. Yummm!
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  4. russbostick
    This is a terrific and easy recipe. I had leftover ground veal and pork from a meatloaf recipe. I mixed them 50/50 and used freshly grated parmesan cheese. Outstanding. Now on a hunt for the perfect sauce.
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  5. CiaoBella
    Thanks for posting this quick and tasty recipe. I changed it a bit by adding minced onion instead of minced shallot (I didn't have shallots on hand.) Also, I wrapped the pan in foil and baked the meatballs for 15 minutes, then baked them uncovered for 5 more and then boiled the meatballs in the tomato sauce for five more minutes. Next time I make this, I will substitute garlic powder for the nutmeg.
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