My favorite turkey meatballs for soup
Here at the log house, the air outside smells like Fall, and my kitchen smells like soup. At least once a week, I haul out the big stock pot or Dutch oven, and start tossing in vegetables, herbs from the garden, leftovers from the week's cooking, beans or lentils or pasta from the pantry, and, almost always these days, some turkey meatballs.
You can find all of the meatball recipes in my new e-book, A Flock of Meatballs: Easy turkey recipes with around-the-world flavors, from The Perfect Pantry® kitchen. Some have been published here and updated in the book.
Remember: make your meatballs small, not more than 1-1/2 inches in diameter (spoon size), and if you're gluten-free, substitute gluten-free breadcrumbs in any of these recipes.
Try these combos with some of my soup recipes, or have fun tossing meatballs into your own favorite soups. There is no right or wrong. There's only fun!
Top row, left to right:
Chipotle turkey meatballs in butternut squash, peanut and chipotle soup
Turkey ricotta meatballs in ratatouille soup
Greektown turkey meatballs in Greek lentil soup with red pepper and feta
Middle row, left to right:
Teriyaki turkey meatballs in quick and easy seven-spice udon noodle soup
Florentine turkey meatballs in vegetable soup with fennel, white beans and Italian turkey sausage
Southwest turkey meatballs in black bean soup with Ro*Tel
Bottom row, left to right:
Greek meatballs with red pepper and feta in tortellini soup with escarole and zucchini
Curried turkey meatballs in Indian mushroom soup
Turkey pesto sliders in zucchini, white bean and pesto soup
For the meatball recipes from the book, and lots more meatballs with around-the-world flavors, click here. (Remember, you do not need a Kindle to read the Kindle edition of the book! Simply download the free Kindle reading app for your tablet, phone or computer.)
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