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French Onion Meatballs

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French Onion Meatballs

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11 SERVINGS
  • 1 pkg. meatballs (great value brand homestyle, or your favorite brand of frozen meatballs, 2 pound size)
  • 1 pkg. onion soup mix
  • 1 can cream of mushroom soup
  • 1 can onion soup (creamy)
  • 1 can water
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    Reviews(6)

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    Wendy Corr 6 months ago
    It was a hit for the b-day party at work! I will most definitely fix this again!!
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    Hope Whitley 2 years ago
    Definitely putting this in my rotation. Very simple, yet flavorful. I was short on time as I was bringing these to a friend’s house last minute. I used a stockpot instead of crockpot. I combined soups as mentioned, but added an additional 2 cans of water since there was mention in the reviews it being too salty. Let the soups come to a boil for about five minutes and make sure all is combined well before adding the meatballs. I used Wegman’s frozen turkey meatballs (if you follow recipe exactly, you’ll need to buy two packages since one package is 1 lb 12 oz / recipe calls for 2lbs). I let the pot come back to a boil after adding meatballs, and then reduced to a simmer. I let it cook covered for about 20 minutes. I wanted the sauce thicker, so I added about a tbsp cornstarch slurry and brought pot to a boil for about 5 minutes. Then, I covered and removed from heat to transport. We were impressed by how tender the meatballs were and the sauce was the perfect thickness to stick to and smother the meatballs. Next time I think I’ll use these to make a meatball sandwich... sourdough with either provolone or TJ’s caramelized onion cheddar. So many possibilities... enjoy!
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    Melissa Durham 3 years ago
    Huge hit. Super easy and so yummy!
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    Tyra Ivy I. 3 years ago
    Absolutely fabulous!! Super easy to make and were a hit with everyone. Definitely will be making again.
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    Claudia Bozo 4 years ago
    A bit salty but delicious and easy to put together. Will make again!
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    Carlene 4 years ago
    It turned out very well! I used the stovetop with some fully cooked meatballs, and the sauce came out awesome!

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