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Very delicious. I skipped making the meatballs and just made a meat sauce.
So much easier than I thought it was going to be. My husband is very happy that we will not have to give up spaghetti.
Apparently you have to use onions twice in the recipe and I’m lost on how much onions and how the cut them for the meatballs…? Kinda frustrating…can’t wait to try it though whenever I can figure out that missing detail!
I’ve made this twice now – YUM! This time had to add a little almond flour to get the meatballs to firm up (my turkey had been frozen and it was a little liquidy). My toddler devoured the spaghetti squash (I mixed it with olive oil and sea salt) which was so fun. The leftovers were terrific, too. I’ll definitely keep making this. I used jarred, no sugar added marinara sauce b/c I was short on time and ingredients. 🙂
(PS/FYI – the ingredients list looks off right now… I added 3/4 cup finely diced onions to my meatballs… onions are only listed once in the ingredients list, but twice in the instructions – for both meatballs and sauce.)
I really like this turkey meatball recipe. It is simple and delicious. I used semi-frozen organic ground turkey and finished defrosting in microwave. Then I added it to all ingredients. They consistency was a little soft, but after I formed and baked them, they turned out great. I did sautee my onions before adding them to the batch because I don’t like crunchy onions and they give more flavor to the meatballs when softened. I used my favorite pasta sauce and added pine nuts and parmesan cheese to top it. It was a family winner!
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