Taco Meatball Ring
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 15 min.
I made it just as written and it tasted fantastic!! My husband asked for it again.
I usually make this on holidays. It's so yummy and everyone enjoys it. There are never any leftovers for me to take home.
This was okay. It did take some time to make it look pretty and even.
The tip of roll just covers one meatball on outer edge...not entire center. These are a bit tricky at first...but spectacular for parties.
Sorry but this recipe makes no sense. I ended up with a mass of overlapping dough in the middle. And lettuce wilts and gets really gross when placed on warm bread dough in the middle. I don't want to wait until the meatballs and dough cools, because I want to serve them hot. I ended up serving them separately. It was tasty and fine for my family, but I would NEVER serve this at a party!
I made this taco meatball ring on Superbowl Sunday. We are vegetarians so I substituted Morning Star Meatless Meatballs for the meatball mixture. I brushed the dough with salsa con queso before baking; and added drained mandarin oranges to the lettuce mixture for the center. It was very tasty.
Very good. I have made this twice for company/family and everyone really enjoyed it. No leftovers.
instead of crescents it be more Mexican flavor with bell peppers halves or corn bread muffins. mini taco shells ring would be ideal too.
This was very delicious, but a little messy to serve. What I did was used a pizza cutter to slice into wedges after it came out of the oven, before adding the fillings to the middle, then using a cake server. The fillings kind of fell all over the place. If anyone can recommend an easier way to serve, feel free to share. We loved the flavor of the meatballs. My boyfriend suggested making the meatballs on their own to use in taco shells or on taco salad. We may try that soon.