Turkey gives these mouthwatering meatball recipes a makeover. Whether they are served as a complement to spaghetti or on their own in a delicious wine sauce, these turkey meatballs will be a family favorite in no time.See Popular Turkey Meatballs Recipes
Transform the classic comfort food dinner into a delectable appetizer that will be a hit at all of your holiday parties.
Rice-studded turkey meatballs simmer to tenderness in Italian sauce.
Crushed and sun-dried tomatoes combine with garlic and fresh basil to make a simple sauce for the meatballs and pasta in this low-fat dinner.
This kid-pleasing skillet meal is bright, colorful, and satisfying. The turkey meatballs mingle with pineapple, green pepper, and carrot in a tangy sauce.
Keep the recipe ingredients on hand for this easy stuffed pizza that's filled with sliced meatballs, pepperoni, and lots of cheese.
Pizza doesn't have to be Italian! This pie heads to the Far East by way of a hoisin sauce and rice vinegar sauce.
Red quinoa is practically unnoticeable when combined with ground turkey and mushrooms in these protein-rich meatballs.
This tasty recipe fits your schedule. Serve the herb-seasoned turkey meatballs for dinner tonight. Or for a make-ahead recipe, mix the meatballs up to one month ahead, then tuck them in the freezer until needed.
Make these easy turkey appetizer meatballs, then serve with one of the three sauce options.
Using lean ground turkey in place of beef and whole wheat hot dog buns instead of more carb-heavy hoagie rolls keeps these meatball subs diet-friendly.
A spicy blend of chili powder and jalapeno chiles spices up turkey meatballs. A light cheese sauce makes the perfect finishing touch.
Serve these meatballs as hors d'oeuvres or a main course. For an entree, place them on pasta or rice, or stuff them in a pita or hoagie bun with coleslaw. Serve with extra sauce.
If you crave spaghetti and meatballs but are looking for a more nutritious swap at dinner, try our Lentil-Turkey Meatballs with Zucchini Noodles and Pesto.
Rather than baking up a tetrazzini casserole, try incorporating the same flavors into slow cooked turkey meatballs.