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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
35 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
12/2/2007
Very good. I doubled the cheese and it was awesome. I think next time I might add some sour cream to it as well. Everyone loved it.
posted:
12/2/2007
I changed mine up a bit! I used the new Italian Style Roasted Garlic Stove top and Italian Meatballs. Substituted 2 8oz cans of tomato sauce for soup and milk, and topped with 2 cups of mozzarella cheese. I also added basil and garlic powder with a little salt & pepper. It was great! Will definatley make again.
posted:
12/1/2007
My 3 yr old and 5 yr old loved this and even had seconds! And this was beyond easy to make!!!
posted:
11/29/2007
You really can't get much easier than this, I mean you put everything in frozen for crying out loud! Plus it actually tastes really good too. My husband said "I would definately have this one again!"
posted:
11/27/2007
Everything I like all in one! It was quick, easy, and taste great.
posted:
11/26/2007
This recipe rocks!! It was so easy, and very tasty!! I plan to split it in two next time and freeze the other half, we only have 3 people in my family so it made alot.
posted:
11/25/2007
This was easy to make! Instead of simple peas, I used frozen mixed veggies which gave it variety (corn, carrots, peas, etc.). In addition, we used frozen Italian flavored turkey meatballs and didn't use stuffing, which sounded too dry. Instead, we crushed 2 cups of Ritz crackers mixed with 1/4 cup of parmasean cheese. For extra flavor, I added Tobasco to my own serving. Yum!
posted:
11/25/2007
Recipe was good, but not outstanding in my book. Lacked punch in the flavor department.
posted:
11/24/2007
This might have tasted better without the meatball and maybe more cheese. I definitely will not make this again.
posted:
11/19/2007
I used a 2-lbs bag of meatballs and cream of celery soup instead of the proposed recipe and it was good! Lots of leftovers this way!
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