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Layered Meatball Bake

Layered Meatball Bake recipe
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Meatballs and peas bake in a casserole topped with savory stuffing and melted Cheddar. It's exactly as crowd-pleasing as it sounds.
10 min
35 min
6 servings
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This recipe was super-easy to make and very good! It's a great way to fix frozen meatballs and removes some of their "yuck" factor. Both my husband & I liked this recipe but my son did not. However, due to its ease, I will make again. Definitely a keeper!
Good Stuff !! Used frozen peas w/carrots, Italian Meatballs. Will try the Diced Tomato method next time, and there WILL BE a next time. EASY/FAST/GOOD
This is super easy and quick! I made this a little smaller than what it called for (since there are only two of us) and it still turned out great! I didn't add the peas, added extra cheese and thawed the meatballs just a little before baking. Yummy!
This was a very interesting combination but was liked by all. I do have one comment...I had to bake longer. The meatballs were not heated after the 30 minutes. The recipe did not say to thaw them first, which might have made the cook time correct.
Great, easy recipe. Everyone in my family liked it and it took nothing to put together and throw in the over.
Made this with two 14.5 oz cans of fire roasted diced tomatoes, a small can of mushrooms, and one green pepper. I also used two cups of Italian cheese and added oregano, garlic, and basil to the stuffing mix. It was fantastic! Tasted like a deep dish pizza. Will certainly make again.
My guys did not really care for this recipe at all. It was an interesting concept, but pretty bland.
My family loves this dish! I typically don't use peas however, but I love to use cauliflower and green beans! I also like to boil some spaghetti noodles and mix those in their as well just to give it a pasta feel!
My husband said it was interesting.
This was very good although it is too high in fat and sodium. I used enough meatballs to cover the bottom of the 9x13 pan instead of the 1 lb suggested. My whole family liked it. I would make this again, but only rarely if necessary for a quick meal.
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