Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Chicken Parmesan Meatballs


Your favorite chicken Parmesan transformed into these popable chicken Parmesan meatballs.  This recipes is ready in just 30 minutes.

I love chicken Parmesan, but come party time serving a plated meal is too much work.  The perfect solution is a a popable meatball.  Made with fresh herbs and Parmesan cheese this is a meatball to remember.  Pop 'em, serve 'em over pasta or eat 'em on a sub.

Check out our latest article on Parade.com 

Do you  love TSRI?  Don't miss another recipe.  Click here to Subscribe to The Slow Roasted Italian by Email and receive new recipes in your inbox every day!


Check out our favorite meatballs recipes:   Click on the image or the link and it will open each one in a new tab.

Italian Herb Baked Meatballs are so delicious they don't need any.  Not sauce, not pasta, not even a fork....  Well if you insist.



Light Italian Meatball Soup is loaded with veggies and lean meatballs cooked in a light tomato broth. Ready in just 30 minutes.

Bacon JalapeƱo Popper Meatballs are incredibly moist flavorful and even better than the well known appetizer.  If your kids love southwestern flavors they will devour these.  Perfect make ahead meal.  Freeze, defrost and reheat.

9 comments:

  1. Your recipes are always amazingly simple yet look so delicious! I want to try this out very soon as we experiment with ground chicken. We usually have ground pork or beef but never chicken! Good starting point, methinks.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I'm commenting cause those chicken parm meatballs look so dang good n it should be commented on!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I would like to get the recipe..but when I click the printable recipe link it takes me to a page where I have to download a new Total recipe Home Page. Not good!!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. If you hit print it will pull up a printable page. Press PRINT and it will take you there. Let me know if this works now. Enjoy!

      Delete
    2. I can't get to the Italian Herb recipe either. I click on it and it takes me to a picture.

      Delete
    3. Priscilla,

      Click the image or the bold recipe title and it will take you to the page for the recipe. The actual recipe is toward the bottom of the page. Enjoy!

      Delete

If you really like a post, please Facebook and give it a THUMBS UP or Pin It on Pinterest!

We love to hear your comments and hear when you have used a recipe. ❤ ❤ ❤