Spaghetti with Meatballs
Try our spaghetti and meatball recipes that go from classic and Italian to a new spin with ground turkey. An easy weeknight staple, your family will ask for these spaghetti and meatball recipes again and again.See Popular Spaghetti with Meatballs Recipes
Enhance a favored meal with some extra nutritional boost - veggies almost hidden from view but a delicious addition.
Seasoned meatballs are microwaved with traditional pasta sauce and served over hot spaghetti.
We updated everyone's favorite pasta recipe by using ground turkey instead of ground beef.
Tender spaghetti, precooked meatballs, and savory mushroom-tomato pasta sauce, are baked until hot and bubbling and garnished with cheese.
A spicy blend of chili powder and jalapeno chiles spices up turkey meatballs. A light cheese sauce makes the perfect finishing touch.
Spaghetti and meatballs has never been this easy: Just cook spaghetti and toss with prepared meatballs and sauce, garnish with Parmesan cheese.
Can you hear the giggles? Make this kid-pleasing pasta dish even more appealing by decorating it with cheese and olives to make a silly face.
Give this rich tomato sauce plenty of time to simmer so the flavors develop. Add the homemade meatballs for a true Italian meal.
The most classic Italian-American recipe: spaghetti and meatballs. Learn how to make this quick dish for busy nights.
When it comes to spaghetti and meatballs, there isn't a lot to say. The classic Italian-American dish, so beloved in 50′s America, might be everybody's favorite comfort food -- especially the kids'. And we've found a recipe, from Family Fresh Cooking, an award-winning (almost -- it was a finalist for Saveur magazine's 2013 Best Food Blogs in the category "Best Kids' Cooking Blog") -- that is a true winner: Spaghetti & Meatballs with Fresh Tomato Sauce. As blogger Marla says: "Two of the most amazing words ever spoken ... Spaghetti and Meatballs. This is the ultimate comfort foodread more
Don't think spaghetti and meatballs is a dinner fit for an evening of romance? Well, call us sentimental, but was there ever a more sweetly romantic movie scene than when Disney's Lady and the Tramp shared that plate of pasta to the strains of "Bella Notte?" And it was "heavy on the meat-a-ball!"
Every so often I get a hankering for classic spaghetti with meatballs, with marinara sauce (click here for all kinds of Italian sauces to go with pasta), so this week's two-timer is going to be meatballs -- making an extra batch the first night for an easy sandwich the next day. My second recipe involves no cooking whatsoever, unless of course you count re-heating the meatballs. Keep in mind the meatballs should be made on the smaller side this time to make sure they're bite-sized for the sandwich recipe.
Spahettia and meatballs is a classic family dinner. Learn how to make this recipe from scratch and you can serve your family the best homemade meatballs they have ever tasted.
As any Italian-American grandmother will tell you, everyone should know how to make spaghetti and meatballs. Some argue it's comfort food at its finest.
To stretch the ground beef, we use high-fiber bulgur and whole-wheat breadcrumbs in the meatballs, which are baked rather than fried.
If you don't have a favorite spaghetti and meatball recipe, this one might be it. The meatballs are made with a mixture of ground turkey, roasted peppers, and mushrooms and added to a classic style spaghetti sauce.