Turkey Meatball Subs
dg4482 Posted: 02/22/14
LauraD318 Posted: 03/16/14
Fun and tasty weekday meal. The trick CL has of adding balsamic vinegar to the sauce really adds a lot of depth. These were a bit hit with the family. The leftovers heated up well by wrapping them in foil lightly coated with cooking spray and baked at 350 for about a half hour. So good! Will make again for sure.
BoysNChickens Posted: 03/04/14
Judging by the empty plates, I would say this is a hit! Easy weeknight prep. Will def do again.
msniki816 Posted: 02/14/14
Really quick and simply dish! Teenager approved too! Works well for having leftovers the next day. I didn't change anything and it turned out great. Meatballs were super moist.
LDombeck Posted: 06/17/14
Everyone loved in my house! The turkey was very moist. Very messy though, but it was fine. The blistered green bean recipe on the side were good too, and I usually don't like green beans.
Lizbert Posted: 05/27/14
I would not make this again. I didn't think the bread soaked in milk worked very well as a smooth base for the meatballs. They were too wet to hold together, yet lumpy because I found it difficult to mush the bread into the milk until it was completely without lumps (despite lengthy mushing. A food processor might have done it better.) Ended up mixing in breadcrumbs to help the meatballs hold together.
snoopy66 Posted: 03/25/14
These were delicious and surprisingly moist for turkey breast. I would definitely make this again. We all liked it even as leftovers.