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Meatballs

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Any type of ground meat will work with this recipe, but a blend of pork and beef will yield the best results. Serve the meatballs over your favorite pasta and freeze any leftovers in the sauce; they can be reheated for meatball sandwiches. From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).

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These mini chicken meatballs from Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow of The Meatball Shop get their signature spice from a healthy dose of Frank's RedHot, one of the original hot sauces used to make buffalo wings. Serve for a crowd-pleasing appetizer at your next casual gathering.

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Made from a combination of beef and pork, the Swedish meatballs recipe will become one of your favorite dishes. Swedish meatballs are a Scandinavian favorite that go from appetizer to main in a flash (just add noodles), and the meatballs are ready when you are. It's a Swedish tradition to serve Swedish meatballs with sweet-tart lingonberry jam; if you can't find it, grape or red-currant jelly is a good substitute.

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Stock the freezer with these healthy basics and, when the mood strikes, try them in our Whole-Wheat Spaghetti and Turkey Meatballs, Turkey-Meatball Salad with Roasted Peppers and Parmesan, or in Mini Barbecue Meatball Sliders.

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Chicken thighs have a bit more fat than breasts and are the best for making juicy, flavorful meatballs. If you prefer, you can substitute ground dark-meat (7% fat) turkey for the chicken thighs, and skip step 1 of the recipe.