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Easy Party Meatballs

Easy Party Meatballs recipe
photo by:kraft
Don't be surprised if your crew rushes the buffet table when you set out these Easy Party Meatballs.
10 min
40 min
24 servings, 2 meatballs each
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Made these for superbowl - added 1 tbl italian seasoning - 1 tsp cumin - possibly could add little salt & pepper. Very good - everyone loved them.
Really good and really easy. Baked mine, without the sauce, on the broiler pan to let the fat drain off. My husband does not usually like meatballs, but had seconds on these.
I made it for Christmas Eve and my family loved them. I am going to make them again for new Years eve.
Everyone really enjoyed these meetballs!
I made these for a party last week, and they were a hit! Will definitley make again. Thanks Kraft!
The sauce for the meatballs was good but I would change the recipe some if I made this again. I would definately add more seasonings to the meatballs themselves because they were alittle bland. The stuffing wasn't enough flavor. I would also use a barbeque sauce that wasn't a smoked flavor. Maybe just honey barbeque. Or maybe half and half. The smoke flavor was just a tad stronger than I would prefer and I typically like smoke flavor.
This recipe was a hit with my family. We had this for a baby shower and I realized I should have tripled the recipe instead of doubling it. I actually added more sauce and mixed it separately in a bowl before pouring it over the meatballs just to give it a more uniform covering. I will make this again. Very easy, tasty, and quick to prepare. Also, easy to make ahead and reheat.
Everyone ate these up! Very easy to make! Will make them again. If making for a dinner I would double the sauce so you have some to cover meatballs more, if for an appetizer it's the perfect amount of sauce. I had to cook these in the oven with bread at a lower temp, so cooked them at 350 for 30 minutes before adding sauce, then for another 15 minutes. Also mixed sauce together in a big bowl and poured over meatballs. One last note, I would stir them half way through the first baking time so that they don't get too firm on the bottom of pan!
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