great take on a traditional recipe
Good and low calorie
this is great comfort food. Could probably be made in a crockpot as well
Savoury turkey-and-rice meatballs in tomato sauce.
Meatballs with rice and tomato sauce
This is a very old Weight Watchers recipe that is very good. It is high in sodium, but the tomato sauce and chicken broth can be both be reduce/no-sodium type.
Meatball-sized servings that can be arranged with pasta or by themselves with a vegetable
Meatballs in Tomato Gravy
I got this recipe from the Prism Weight Loss Program and found it to be very good. Makes 4 servings and freezes well.
These are a kid favourite. Serve with a salad and veggies.
An old favorite of my mom and grandmother
We always had pasta at least once a week growing up. This recipe changes things up a bit. If you love spaghetti and meatballs, you'll love this variation.
May substitute beef with turkey or chicken
taken from Allrecipes.com
Traditional porcupines in a pressure cooker using ground turkey instead of beef.
For added fibre and nutrients, sub brown rice, but expect it to need to cook for a little longer.
I find that one "porcupine" meatball is enough for me, so I've calculated the servings accordingly. Recipe makes 9 meatballs.