Devilishly Divine Creamy Tomato Sauce with Meatballs is excellent served over the pasta of your choice. It gets some extra spark from red pepper flakes and the turkey sausage meatballs are easy to prepare.
Feed your family twice, but only cook once! This recipe is already doubled. Just serve your family half and freeze the rest.
A tad to sweet...
by T. Tecia
, Spokane, WA on Jan. 2009
I made this dish for my boyfriend because he loves Spaghetti and meatballs. We both enjoyed the dish but found it to be a little too sweet.
Delivishly Devine Creamy Tomato Sauce with Meatbal
by N. NANCY
, YORBA LINDA, CA on Mar. 2008
I love the easy and delicious recipe! I added pineapple chunks to the dish for added nutrition and color.
devilishly devine creamy tomato sauce with meatbal
by m. marta
, SENECA, SC on Mar. 2008
this is an easy recipe and very tasty. it was almost too easy.
DEVILISHLY DEVINE CREAMY TOMATO SAUCE WITH MEATBAL
by C. Christine
, ROCK CREEK, OH on Feb. 2008
THIS IS A WONDERFULLY EASY RECIPE, MY HUSBAND AND I ARE BOTH DISABLED, AND IT IS NICE TO ONLY HAVE TO COOK ONCE FOR 2 OR MORE MEALS..TRY IT YOU WILL LOVE IT.....
by H. Helena
, Loomis, CA on Feb. 2008
My husband has wanted me to make meatballs and sauce for years. I saw this recipe and decided to try it. I like the idea of baking the meatballs. They cooked evenly. I thought it might make a mess in the oven but did not. I used 1 pound turkey and 1 pound pork sausage. The store only had 1 package turkey sausage. I think I will just adjust the recipe to 1 turkey and 1 pork. The sauce was creamy due to the milk. I like the flavor, it mellowed the tomato in the sauce. We also liked the addition of the pepper flakes. Thanks much!
by S. Sarah
, DETROIT, MI on Feb. 2008
my husband loved the juicy meatballs that were just as good the second time around.
Devilishly Divine Creamy Tomato Sauce with Meatbal
by D. Diana
, SAN DIEGO, CA on Feb. 2008
It very yummy. We loves to have another round.
by J. Jack
, NICEVILLE, FL on Feb. 2008
I substituted venison in this recipe and the rest of the recipe seemed to enhance the normally very lean deer meat.
by K. Kimberly
, Stover, MO on Feb. 2008
Tasted great-couldn't taste the difference of the turkey from the regular beef.Much healthier and having a meal already in the freezer for next time is an added plus!
Tomato sauce with meatballs
by R. Rose
, NORTHFIELD, OH on Feb. 2008
Good recipe. My son loves the meatballs
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