Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 20 min.
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This is a make once eat twice recipe. The meatballs were wonderful and its the Allspice that drew my attention to this one. And I think it is that one ingredient that has one thinking there is a secret ingredient in here. No one would ever guess Allspice. I also agree that a 1/2 cup of milk is perfect. I would also recommend chilling the mixture before forming the meatballs. I too mixed mine by hand. Mine did sick to the rack so next time I'll use parchment paper. Meatballs a winner and the left over mixture produced a very moist and wonderful Stuffed Meatloaf * Would I recommend it ? Absolutly. Love testing out new Recipes.JanieTaste of Home Volunteer Field Editor.
Very good. I left out the allspice, since I don't own that and wouldn't use it. It wasn't much and with the italian sausage, I was okay with leaving it out. I'd make these again and freeze half.
Very good, family loves it. This recipe is what I will make going forward.
Very nice. I liked baking instead of frying.
Finally, a meatball lover's meatball recipe! This was delicious. The only thing I did differently was I used Italian seasoned ground turkey, only one teaspoon of Kosher salt, and I didn't use a food processor, I just mixed everything by hand the old fashioned way. I didn't have pasta, but with Ina Garten's Marinara Sauce recipe, I did have heaven on a plate. Yummy!
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Fantastic! I've made this twice recently, once with the fresh garlic, which was excellent, and once substituting garlic powder, which just didn't do it. Lesson learned.
My kids absolutely love these, as does my husband. I have found that 1/2 a cup of milk is plenty, because it seemed like so much was wasted when you squeezed the bread out. Delicious just the same.
These were great! I used them to make meatball bombers. I didn't have day old bread so I just used fresh bread and it worked perfect. We will make these again!