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www.livestrong.com/article/465081-how-to-bake-meatballs-in...

Traditionally, meatballs were fried in oil in a frying pan. Baking meatballs, however, has several advantages over frying them. It doesn't require oil, so baked meatballs have a lower fat content than fried. Baked meatballs also take less time and effort; you don't have to watch them on the stove and turn them as they brown.

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Easy Way to Brown Meatballs. A plate of spaghetti adorned with rich sauce and meatballs makes a satisfying meal. If those balls are tough and lacking in flavor, though, it can be a disappointment. A good meatball starts with proper technique, part of which is browning to add a bit crust for texture and to seal in the juices. A successfully browned...

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How to brown meatballs evenly? I just made meatballs (in tomato sauce, for spaghetti). They are delicious, but unevenly browned. The recipes I consulted (including Lucinda Scala Quinn's Mad Hungry and the always-reliable 365-Ways to Cook Hamburger and Other Ground Meat) call for browning the meatballs evenly before simmering in the tomato sauce.

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Lightly coat a baking tray with olive oil and preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Arrange the uncooked meatballs on the baking tray so that they are not touching. Pop the tray in the oven and brown the meatballs for about 25 minutes, flipping them over with a pair of tongs halfway through the cooking time for even browning.

altonbrown.com/baked-meatballs-recipe

For carnivores, meatballs are the ultimate culinary multitaskers. They can be small or big. They can be built upon beef, pork, chicken, turkey, lamb or any combination thereof including fish. They can be stuffed or coated, lavishly seasoned or simply salted, and when it comes time to meet the heat ...

www.browneyedbaker.com/baked-italian-meatballs

This is my father-in-law’s legendary meatball recipe; the meatballs start out with a mix of ground beef, pork, and veal, are baked in the oven, then simmered away in sauce until tender and moist. Truly the BEST meatballs I’ve ever had, and perfect for your next spaghetti and meatballs night.

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Meatballs are a mixture of ground meat, eggs, bread crumbs and spices. Once formed into balls, they are often cooked in a skillet with hot oil. Cooking meatballs in oil adds unnecessary fat. Meatballs are just as delicious and still have a nice brown coloring when baked in the oven, and this method is a healthier ...

www.chowhound.com/food-news/135678/should-you-brown...

When you make Italian-style meatballs simmered in tomato sauce, there are a few ways you can go. You can brown the uncooked meatballs in a sauté pan before adding them to the sauce (that's the method in the CHOW Test Kitchen's Spaghetti and Meatballs recipe, pictured). You can brown them in the oven. Or you can skip browning altogether and put the raw meatballs straight into the sauce to c...

www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/baked-meatballs...

For a no-fry, homemade dinner, try Alton Brown's Baked Meatballs recipe, made with a mixture of three different meats and spinach.

www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/rachael-ray/spaghetti-and...

For a bowl of Italian comfort, make Rachael Ray's Spaghetti and Meatballs recipe from 30 Minute Meals on Food Network.