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"Simple and delicious. Beef meatballs with rice, simmered in tomato soup. Great for a fast meal on a busy schedule."
You can make the meatballs ahead of time and freeze. Then simply remove from the freezer, add the remaining ingredients and bake. Double this recipe for a buffet company meal or camping trip. So easy to make as thereÂ’s no need to brown the meatballs in th
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Most people make these in tomato soup. I had started making it one day before I realized I didn't have any tomato soup - so I tried it with Campbells Cream of Celery soup... it was wonderful! You can also use Cream of Mushroom soup. Makes it creamy and yum
A very tasty variation on an old stand-by --- meatballs!
Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2005
I know tons of people that make this for parties and get-togethers and they are always a hit because they are so good and easy! I wanted to make this to, so between internet searching and my sister-in-law this is what I came up with. My sister-in-law said
I have a couple of friends that wont eat red meat. I started to look for recipes that use chicken or turkey that they could enjoy â€” and that the rest of us "wouldn't mind" they were so well liked I have given the recipe to all of our friends! Recipe is f
If you don't mind the idea of using canned soup this is a delicious tomato sauce, because of the instant rice in the meatballs it will need about 1-1/2 to 2 hours of cooking time , I sometimes remove about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of the simmering sauce cool slightl
These were a favorite of mine when I was growing up. This is taken from my family cookbook. I've made them with ground turkey also - very tastey!
Not your traditional porcupine meatball in the slightest! A fresh combination of flavors, simmered in chicken broth and served with a delicious lemon sauce. One of my favorite meatball recipes.