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Easy Baked Parmesan Meatballs

Easy Baked Parmesan Meatballs recipe
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Grated Parmesan adds cheesy flavor to these meatballs, and baking seals the deal. They're so good, you won't even need sauce to wow the family.
15 min
40 min
6 servings
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These meatballs are excellent. They are a huge hit at parties.
I used italian seasoning in place of the parsely. My 6 year old daughter loved them. I can't wait to make these with spaghetti. There is 3 of us so we get double the meatballs :)
I made these meatballs for the first time tonight because my husband was craving homemade spaghetti and meatballs. I used ground turkey instead of beef, because that's our preference and I added an envelope of Good Season's Zesty Italian dressing for added flavor. The recipe suggests baking at 375 for 25 minutes or until done; I cooked for 30 minutes and I probably should have tested for doneness at 25. Don't get me wrong, we both agreed that the meatballs were tasty but I'm thinking that they may have been a tad more moist if I pulled them out of the oven at 25 minutes. I will definitely make these meatballs again, they had a nice flavor with the added powdered dressing mix. My old bland meatball recipe will be tossed in favor of this new recipe!
I had hamburger meat thawed out for supper and did not know what to make with it. Decided to try this recipe. It was great! Very simple to make. I didn't have very much parsley left, so I used what I had and also used Italian seasoning. They turned out great. I had just a little over 1 pound of hamburger meat, so I ended up with about 18 meatballs. My family ate all but 4 of them. They really liked them. They were very tasty. This is a great weeknight recipe, when you do not want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen after a hard day.
I put them in a crockpot with spaghetti sauce, onion, mushrooms, and peppers. Then I served them on hoagie buns. They made great sandwiches...a little messy but yummy. You can also add some swiss or provolone cheese.
i have not made it yet but im going to tonight.i chose this one because it is really simple and looks great.thank you for such a simple and great looking recipe.all the others have too many ingrediants for me to mess with because i dont have much time these days cooking for three other people and myself. ill comment again after i try it but im sure it will be wonderful!!!!
Very easy to make and they taste great. I served them with a salad and spaghetti and it made the perfect italian meal. They cook in about 25 minutes but you will need to drain the fat off.
These were great! My whole family enjoyed. They werent too hard to make. They dont look as beautiful as this pic because the hamburger fat cooks out of the sides of them in the oven. I found if you take them out after fully cooked and roll the meat balls around on a paper towel it knocks of the hambuger fat and they look great when served.
My family loves my KILLER Meatballs. I make them extra large for extra taste!!!! You might want to add more sauce because they absorb one jar in minutes!
My kids loved this recipe! I used italian seasoning instead of parsley. It gives it more flavor. I also made a brown sauce with mushrooms to pour over the egg noodles and meatballs. It was a plus with the kids and they request I make it again.
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