I love meatballs, but the Doc says I should be eating more turkey instead of beef. So, in my laziness, I have been buying pre-cooked frozen meatballs and throwing out half of them because they are so rubbery and tasteless. Then one day I went to an event where they had real home-made meatballs, the juicy, tender beef version. I was in heaven and swore off the packaged ones from that point forward.
Later that night, I searched the internet high and low to find some ideas for better tasting, tender turkey meatballs. I found some great ideas where they baked their meatballs first. I don’t know how I got to this age without knowing that you can bake meatballs, but here we are. So, yearning for a tender, juicy turkey meatball that wasn’t hard enough to play ping pong with, I came up with a plan and tested that plan. Turkey meatball lovers, you don’t need to cheat anymore. I froze the extras in a quart bag, for later on!