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6 Ways to Serve Meatballs for Dinner Tonight

 
Everyone's got an opinion on the best way to make meatballs. It usually involves a long family history and an adorable grandmother. We are not here to tell you that your grandmother's been doing it wrong for years. Instead, we're here to expand the way you think about meatballs and show you all the delicious ways you can eat them for dinner this week.

Meatballs are like the gifts that keep on giving, because they freeze really well after they've been cooked, so you can reheat and add to any sauce or dish. Baked, fried, or skewered, here are six exciting ways to serve up spaghetti's favorite sidekick for dinner this week.
 
Moist and flavorful meatballs made from ground chicken, speckled with bits of pancetta and glazed with a tangy tomato sauce -- What's not to love here? Use white or dark meat, whichever you prefer.
 
What's better than a plate of meatballs with a side of garlic bread? Meatballs IN your garlic bread. These hoagies/subs/grinders, or whatever you want to call them, are the definition of comfort food. Cue the napkins.
 
Plenty of garlic, ginger, and a flavorful soy sauce marinade are the reason these skewered Japanese-inspired meatballs are so addictive. They make the perfect bar snack but you could also serve them over rice for a complete meal.
 
We had to give you at least one classic spaghetti and meatballs recipe. Here are two tips for the fluffiest meatballs ever. 1) Don't overwork the meat mixture too much or it will get too tough. 2) Use the finest side of a box grater to grate your Parmesan cheese. You want the cheese to just melt into the meatball, not be chunky.
 
Here's another perfect party appetizer: tender and spiced lamb meatballs with a cool and creamy pomegranate yogurt dipping sauce. If you're feeling extra adventurous, get your hands on some pomegranate molasses for drizzling over the yogurt. For a complete meal, wrap these guys up in some warm, fluffy pita and serve with a simple salad.
 
Albóndigas is Spanish for meatballs and these are lightened up with grated zucchini and served up in a rich cumin and chile spiced soup for a cozy, heartwarming dinner.
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