Bulletin #4029, Saving Money With Homemade Convenience Mixes - Convenience Mix 9
Convenience Meat Loaf or Meatball Seasoning Mix
Originally prepared by Nellie Hedstrom, Extension nutrition specialist
Revised and updated by Statewide Nutrition and Physical Activity Educator Kate Yerxa
Saving Money With Homemade Convenience Mixes provides recipes for master convenience mixes that you can make and keep on hand. These mixes are healthier and less expensive than the packaged convenience mixes you buy in the store, and allow you to control the amount of fat, sodium, sugar and additives in your foods without sacrificing the convenience of a mix. There are 15 master convenience mixes, each with recipes you can make from the mix:
- All-Purpose Convenience Mix
- Whole Wheat Convenience Mix
- Corn Bread Convenience Mix
- Rolled Oats Convenience Mix
- Hot Cocoa Convenience Mix
- Convenience Spaghetti Sauce Seasoning Mix
- Convenience Taco Seasoning Mix
- Convenience Chili Seasoning Mix
- Convenience Meat Loaf or Meatball Seasoning Mix
- Convenience Seasoning Mixes For Rice
- Convenience Seasoned Coating Mix for Meat, Fish, and Poultry
- Convenience Seasoned Cornmeal Coating Mix for Meat, Fish, and Poultry
- Convenience Salt-Free Seasoning Mix
- Basic Oil and Vinegar Dressing Mix
- High-Fiber Convenience Snack Mix
|MeatballsMakes 18 meatballs
Prepare as for meat loaf mixture. Shape mixture into 2-inch balls, brown on all sides in small amount of fat, add to spaghetti sauce and simmer until thoroughly cooked.
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