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Serve with hot cooked rice and steamed broccoli.
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This will never be a meatball.
A favourite in my house. i tried them with the various kraft ranch dressing, or even Ceasar dressing, and they always turn out great. I scoop the meat in a 1/2 cup measuring cup to make sure all my meatballs are the same size, and use a can of tomato soup instead of ketchup. It makes a nice sauce, and, with mashed potatoes or rice and steamed veggies, it's always a winner.
I would recommend cooking these on a drip pan of some sort, to catch the grease that cooks out of them - much like a meatloaf.