Baked Parmesan Turkey Meatballs
So, when you make these meatballs, feel free to use any parmesan you have on hand. But keep in mind that the better quality your cheese, the tastier they will be, and in my opinion, the sharper the better. You may also want to look into Romano, Parmesan’s tasty cousin. Either would work well for turkey meatballs.
I usually make these parmesan turkey meatballs in giant batches and freeze whatever we don’t eat for later. I used an ice cream scoop to speed up making the actual meatballs and put them straight onto the baking sheet.
I work time, and sometimes I just don’t have it in me to prepare a big meal after a 12-hour day.
Sometimes I haven’t worked all day, and I’m just being lazy.
Either way, it’s nice to have a backup option besides for fast food. Try freezing these turkey meatballs in batches of 5-10 (or however many you need depending on how many people you’re feeding). Throw in some pasta and you have a tasty meal.
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