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More Than Spaghetti: 3 Great Ways to Serve Meatballs

by Pinky Tyagi Blogger & Writter

Finally, you've found the best frozen meatballs available at your local supermarket. Maybe you'll want to use these in your meals for a couple of days, but you don't fancy eating spaghetti over and over again. Don't worry! There are other delicious ways you can use them. Here are some you can try.

In Soup

Want a hearty and filling dish? Why don't you try making Mexican meatball soup? Unlike most types of soups, which are often used as appetizers, this can serve as a good main course.

If you're fond of the classic chili, you'll love this entrée. The meatballs are cooked with some grated zucchini and rice in a fresh tomato puree. The soup is flavored with a savory and spicy blend of different peppers, cilantro, cumin, and onions. You can throw in a couple of vegetables, such as carrots, or other root crops, like potatoes, to add a little more crunch to the mix.

In Subs

Are you a sandwich aficionado? If you are, then you should definitely try making a meatball sub. Instead of having the bread on the side, like in spaghetti, you put the meat in the middle of the buns. You'll get just the right amount of savory beef or pork and bread in every bite of this Italian-American dish.

To make this classic sandwich, put some baked meatballs slightly simmered in a savory marinara sauce into a long bun like a grinder or a baguette. To top it all off, you can add different types of cheese, such as provolone, mozzarella, or parmesan, then place it in the oven for a couple of minutes to melt the cheese and toast the bread. This makes the dish creamy and soft on the inside and crisp and crunchy on the outside.

On Their Own

Make the perfect finger food by baking some of your buy frozen meatballs. This is an awesome dish to serve at a party, as it's easy to prepare and even easier to eat. You just put some in the oven for a couple of minutes, stick toothpicks in each one, and boom, you have a snack that's an instant hit with your guests. You can also pair it with whatever sauce or dip you want. You can even use several kinds so that partygoers will have a variety to choose from.


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