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Old 01-16-2005, 06:52 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by buckytom
i like to make cheese and herb stuffed meatballs with ground turkey. chop some fresh herbs, like thyme, basil, sage, savory, or rosemary, and mix into turkey meat with a few eggs a just a little breadcrumbs. make a good sized ball, and push in a cube of your favorite cheese, so that is is wrapped into the center of the ball. brown the balls in light olive oil, then into a 350 degree oven to finish them off.
dependinmg on the cheese and herbs you used, you could serve them with either red (tomato) or brown gravy, or a wine/mushroom sauce.
buckytom, I do that and use gorgozola, and roast a garlic clove and shallot and mash them and mix in with the herbs. I like your idea of wine/mushroom sauce, deglaze pan with chicken stock. I think I just figured out what is for dinner tonight. Thanks again buckytom.

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