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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.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings
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posted:
7/29/2004
These meatballs are so very easy to make. They stay together very well when they are cooked. I made mine is sauce and my little girl who doesn't eat hardly anything ate two of them. I'm going to make them next time I go to a cook out.. The best meatball recipe I've tried yet and it will be my last one I try.
posted:
6/24/2004
not only did my fiance' love it, but his best friend had the left overs two days later and he thought they were delicious
posted:
6/23/2004
wonderful
posted:
5/19/2004
I didn't try these because I don't eat beef, but I made them for my family to go over spaghetti. They were really good apparently and I will make them again because it was so easy!
posted:
5/4/2004
VERY GOOD! My husband really enjoyed them! Very simple to make, but I don't think it really makes 6 servings! I'd say more like 3! Next time I make it I'm going to make it with a pound and a half of hamburger!
posted:
3/31/2004
posted:
3/16/2004
easy to make and it was a hit with the family
posted:
2/5/2004
I thought these were as delicious, if not more so, than more difficult meatball recipes. And these were extremely simple to make! I simmered in spaghetti sauce after cooking them and served with spaghetti.
posted:
1/22/2004
Make 'em and freeze them! They make fun hors d'ouvres, too. Substitute Italian sausage for half the hamburger for extra zip.
posted:
1/16/2004
These would be great to have in the freezer. Had them a week ago with Alfredo sauce and noodles, last night with spaghetti sauce and vermicelli. They'd also be great in a stroganoff recipe, which I'm going to try next. Super suppers!
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