Meet All Your Meatballs
You makin’ subs? You makin’ spaghetti for Cousin Eddie, Aunt Valentina, and Uncle Enzo? Meatballs are a crucial but time-consuming part of any Italian feast, and gathering the many ingredients involved can be expensive. Frozen, fully cooked meatballs can do the trick in a pinch. Whether you’re making them in an air fryer, the oven, a slow cooker, or your stovetop, here are the frozen meatballs you need to eat — and skip.
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