It's not that it's magic, but I like to involve one of my mother's mixing bowls when I cook/make something unfamiliar. Friday I made something she probably never did, and I used her little red bowl. . . turkey meatballs. Ground turkey is so tasteless. I decided to add some bread crumbs, seasoning and brush with some sauce. They tasted so good, I made more on Saturday and froze them for use later. As best as I can recall:
Bread crumbs from whatever you’ve got—I used two slices of whole wheat bread.
1/2 envelop of Lipton’s dried onion soup mix
Mix all that together and add 1 pound of ground turkey.
Shape into small balls and place in a muffin tin for small muffins (mine has 24 spaces)
Brush the tops with some kind of sauce. I made one from mustard, catsup and a little Truvia on Friday, and used grape jelly, mustard and catsup on Saturday. This keeps the meatballs from drying out while baking.
325 degrees about 30-35 minutes.
Makes 24. Freeze what you don’t eat. My husband decided they were just the right size for a Ritz cracker.
Here’s a recipe from Food Network that’s a lot more work. http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/giada-de-laurentiis/mini-turkey-meatballs-recipe.html
Here’s another one—more work—but I like the idea of serving them over greens. I’d need to make more sauce, however. I only had about a dollop and a dash. http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-quick-turkey-meatballs-over-greens-weeknight-dinner-recipes-from-the-kitchn-73204