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Baked Italian-Style Meatballs

Baked Italian-Style Meatballs recipe
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Amazing, easy to make.
posted by
camisita
on 1/8/2013
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
8 servings
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posted:
3/13/2006
I thought the recipe was just okay, i should have added a few more ingredients like onions, etc.
posted:
3/7/2006
This is a great and fast recipe. The whole family loves it. You add the uncooked stuffing to the meat. it serves as the bread crumbs. stove top usually does'nt come with the seasoning in a seprate bag any more, but if your does, add that too.
posted:
3/2/2006
Receipe does not state whether you prepare the stuffing mix first or add dry to meat. Do you use the seasoning package?
posted:
2/24/2006
I liked the variation with the Stove Top instead of just Italian Bread crumbs or croutons! Meatballs were very soft and delicious. These will replace My Meatballs.
posted:
2/21/2006
fast and easy!! Yum!
posted:
2/19/2006
Very easy to make, but a little bland. I would definitely add more spices to it. Also, needed to bake at least 230 minutes. Overall, tasty and I will make again.
posted:
2/18/2006
The meatballs were moist and tender. I made them a day in advance and marinated them in spaghetti sauce overnight. They were a big hit.
posted:
2/17/2006
Great flavor, and simple to make. I will make these again.
posted:
2/15/2006
I made a double batch of these meatballs for a church dinner we hosted at our home. They went over really well--there were none left! I will definitely use them again. I made them ahead of time, froze them, and baked right before my guests arrived. I think they would also be good with any of several types of sauces. Thanks for this great time saver.
posted:
2/1/2006
Very easy and tasty, also froze well. A real keeper. I loved that they were baked and not fried.
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