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What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??

Last post Apr 22, 2013 7:18 PM by Joypebble . 22 replies.


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  • What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    I plan to make spaghetti with meatballs in the crockpot soon...from a recipe in my today's newspaper. It calls for using the frozen meatballs; I have never bought them before, so don't know which are the best tasting. I really don't like too spicy though.

    So, please if you do use them, which brand?

    Thanks so much,
    mountain mama
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    I love the simek's brand. It may be regional to MN where I live.
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    Wal-Mart and Sam's Clubs has some good Italian style frozen meatballs, I've eaten at my DD's, but I don't remember the brand.

    Margaret
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    This is our favorite frozen brand that Kroger carries:

    Mama Lucia's Quaker Maid Italian Brand
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    I prefer Armour homestyle meatballs.
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    I only use Simeks frozen meatballs.
    Jodi
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    Sorry, I can't remember the name either, but I get them at WalMart. I like them much better than Armour.
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    My favorite ones are from Wal-Mart. They're called Cooked Perfect by Home Market Foods. The bag is red, white, and green. They are flame broiled, have no msg, and no artificial color or flavoring. They're really good and don't have that nasty after taste.

    Mellissa
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    I prefer the Italian Style from Sam's also. Didn't like the ones from costco.
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    Don't mean to be contrary - but making meatballs is the easiest thing to do.
    1 # Ground beef
    2 tbs minced onions
    1/2 cup bread crumbs
    3 eggs
    2 tbs italian seasoning
    make into balls - brown quickly in a bit of veg oil.
    Add 1/2 cup water - put lid on pan and steam for a bit. Cook until cooked through.
    Drain on paper towels -
    place on cookie sheet and freeze - place in freezer bags and volaa!! you have frozen meatballs.
    Just a thought,
    Janetplanet
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    We've tried the Purdue Turkey Meatballs in the refrigerator section, they were pretty good.

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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    Thanks everyone for letting me know which brand you use......and thanks JanetPlanet for the recipe. I did print it out.

    mountain mama
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    I don't like store-bought frozen meatballs. All I have tried have a chemical or preservative taste. I
    agree with the other poster, meatballs are easy to make and you can season them anyway you want.
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    The only kind I like was the kind Walmart USE to carry, Rosina. They were the best. Late last summer/early fall they switched to Bert_ _ _ _ _ (don't remember the name) but they are soft and mushy (more soy than anything else?). Have not made my Meatball Tortellini Soup all season and didn't make my cocktail meatballs at Christmas/SuperBowl because of it. Have searched many local stores and can't find them. Grrrrrr
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  • RE: What Brand Of Frozen Meatballs Do You Consider The Best??
    Do you have an Italian market in your area? I'd recommend trying theirs, if you do. Most have homemade meatballs, I find, and they're far superior to any you can buy. Living in the Philadelphia area, we've got a number of places like that around. I generally buy my meatballs at a little pasta factory in my town--they make their own gourmet fresh and dried pastas. They sell wholsesale to specialty stores and restaurants--but they have a little shop on premises where you can buy their pasta, homemade sauces, homemade meatballs and lots of fantastic imported cheeses, etc.

    If you don't have something like that, the ones from Omaha Steaks aren't bad--I've bought them on occasion when the store has them on a really good sale.
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