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Old 08-19-2009, 11:21 AM   #31
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Last night I made "Mexican Meatball Sub Sandwiches", & they were FABULOUS!!

I used MexicoKaren's "Mexican Meatball" recipe from the DC summer newsletter with a few changes (no broth, using ground turkey instead of meat, McCormick's Monterey Grilled Chicken Seasoning instead of stock granules, & baking the meatballs in the oven). Piled the meatballs on toasted Italian bread, added a light drizzle of medium-heat canned salsa & some shredded sharp cheddar, & ran under the broiler until ooey-gooey good. Topped with some nice baby lettuce from the farmers market.

An additional plus? I had enough baked meatballs left over to pop into the freezer & enjoy for another meal.
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Old 08-21-2009, 05:24 AM   #32
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Last night I made "Mexican Meatball Sub Sandwiches", & they were FABULOUS!!

I used MexicoKaren's "Mexican Meatball" recipe from the DC summer newsletter with a few changes (no broth, using ground turkey instead of meat, McCormick's Monterey Grilled Chicken Seasoning instead of stock granules, & baking the meatballs in the oven). Piled the meatballs on toasted Italian bread, added a light drizzle of medium-heat canned salsa & some shredded sharp cheddar, & ran under the broiler until ooey-gooey good. Topped with some nice baby lettuce from the farmers market.

An additional plus? I had enough baked meatballs left over to pop into the freezer & enjoy for another meal.

:confused: Ground Turkey is not meat????
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Old 08-21-2009, 08:34 AM   #33
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:confused: Ground Turkey is not meat????
Oh please! Are you really all that "confused"? It's too early in the morning to be so nitpicky, but I'll try to humor you.

First off, let me calm you down & assure you that, yes, ground turkey IS meat. The original recipe calls for 1# of ground beef & 1# of ground pork. I substituted 2# of ground turkey. My husband doesn't eat red meat, so I always sub in ground poultry. I shouldn't have just said "meat" & should have precisely said "beef & pork". I assumed most folks would realize this. Sorry for your confusion.
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