Total TimePrep: 35 min. Cook: 2 hours
I found the meatballs rather bland. Will have to play with seasoning for my liking, but the sauce was Devine. Everyone raved about. We even added the leftover sauce to our potato soup. It was Great.
I will admit that I bought premade and cooked meatballs. I wanted to try the sauce. Whole family liked it very much Served meatballs for Easter dinner. Leftovers are just as good. Will make again!
This was really good, and made a nice sauce. I used the leftovers over some rolls with mashed potatoes and green bean casserole.
This recipe is awesome!! If the amount of black pepper puts you off, don't let it!! It gives them a little heat, and really makes them different from other meatballs. They hold their shape beautifully, too, which is really important when serving on a buffet. They are just delicious, and one of the few recipes I didn't alter...at all. You can also use different sauces and make a meal of them. Try marinara, swedish meatball sauce, barbecue....
Very tasty & very easy to make. The only change I made was I substituted cream of celery for the cream of mushroom. I also heated the sauce & meatballs in a skillet rather than using a slow cooker. Excellent served with mashed potatoes.
Made this for an extra meat dish for Christmas dinner. My family loved it, and are asking for it again
This is my second time making these I used them as a main course over egg noodles. I gave this recipe to my sister and her family also loved them as a main courseover noodles.
To my horror, I discovered I was out of dill weed after I'd already made the meatballs and was halfway thru the sauce. But I did have a jar of kosher dill pickles, so I used a couple tablespoons. Very good. I also (as usual) used 1 lb soy "burger" crumbles and 1/2 lb ground beef. They held together fine.
It was very tasty and the family loved it. I made the meatballs larger than normal because I wanted to. they were delicious!
All I could taste was pepper and sour cream, it was very sickening, overwhelming.