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Whether you refer to them as meatballs or meat balls, beef meatball recipes (even more specifically, ground beef meatballs) are probably the most popular of all meatball recipes. Perhaps this is because ground beef has a consistency that holds together well, and has a nice balance of firm yet tender. Ground beef can also endure a wide range of spices, flavorings and sauces, whether sweet,
tangy, mild or spicy.

Beef meatballs are often combined with ground pork, which gives them added flavor. There are so many ways to season ground beef when it comes to making meatballs. They can be made Italian style, using typical Italian herbs and spices and perhaps topped with an Italian style tomato sauce. They can be made spicy with the help of a little cayenne pepper, or red pepper flakes, or international sauces and commonly used hot sauces. Many ground beef meatball recipes come with wonderful sauces that can either be served on the side for dipping, drizzled over the top of the meatballs or served with the meatballs emmersed in the sauce. One of the beauties of beef meatball recipes is that they can often be served as both appetizers or main courses, depending on the size of the meatballs.

If exploring the world of meatballs is a new experience for you, or if you have ever wondered how to make meatballs, you're about to find out how easy and fun it truly is!

Beef Meatball Recipes ▼

Cherry Meatball Sliders
Cherry Meatball Sliders have a delightfully fresh flavor, thanks to some finely chopped fresh sweet cherries. A little Dijon is added to the meatball mixture to counter the mild sweetness of the cherries, but the touch of natural sweetness is what makes these meatball sliders so fabulous! A delicious Cherry and Avocado Salsa is placed under the meatballs on top of small lettuce leaves, giving these mini sandwiches the perfect touch!
Crispy Meatballs Marinara
Crispy Meatballs Marinara is an Italian meatball recipe that features ground beef and bulk Italian sausage, seasoned with all the right stuff, then coated with Panko bread crumbs and fried until golden and crispy. A very flavorful, quick and easy marinara sauce made with onions, sliced garlic and seasonings is then drizzled over the top, making this dish complete and packed with amazing flavor!
Meatballs with Cherry Sauce
Meatballs with Cherry Sauce features cocktail-sized meatballs made with lean ground beef and bulk pork sausage combined with fresh parsley, fine bread crumbs, milk, egg and diced onion. Once browned, the meatballs are stirred into a divine dark cherry sauce made from pureed canned pitted dark cherries, ground ginger, cloves, cinnamon, freshly squeezed lemon juice and vinegar. Mildly sweet and tangy!
Meatballs with Cranberry Glaze
Meatballs with Cranberry Glaze have a festive and tangy flavor, and are great for any occasion. This recipe calls for ground pork, but you can certainly use other ground meat, such as lean ground beef, ground turkey or ground chicken. These meatballs make a great Thanksgiving appetizer (especially if made with ground turkey), because the sauce is made with cranberry sauce and seasoned with spices found in pumpkin pie.
Meatballs with Grape Jelly and Chili Sauce
This Meatballs with Grape Jelly and Chili Sauce recipe features mini-sized ground beef meatballs seasoned with minced onion, minced garlic, fresh parsley and Worcestershire sauce and tenderized with egg, milk and bread crumbs. The sauce is a simple, quick and easy combination of grape jelly and red chili sauce, which when combined produces a very flavorful sauce enjoyed by both kids and adults. Great for any occasion!
Norwegian Meatballs
Norwegian Meatballs (also referred to as Kjøttboller in Norwegian cuisine) feature browned meatballs that slow-cook in a beef broth. When the meatballs are ready to serve, heavy cream is combined with the broth, creating a creamy, savory sauce. This sauce is briefly heated until thickened, then poured over the meatballs, which are then topped with chopped fresh parsley. This dish is great served as appetizers or a main course.
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