Recipe by Sister Schubert's®
"Combine meatballs, green peppers, onions, mozzarella cheese, your favorite spaghetti sauce and Sister Schubert's Whole Wheat Dinner Yeast Rolls for a meal your family will devour."
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Sister Schubert's Whole Wheat Dinner Yeast Rolls
green bell pepper, cut into strips
Italian herb seasoning
small frozen meatballs, defrosted
shredded mozzarella cheese
1 (28 ounce) jar
favorite spaghetti sauce
I loved this and so did the family!! Easy to prepare, hot and delicious meal fast :) I didn't have the rolls so I used crescents and it turned out great! I also didn't add the chicken stock.....will be making this again and again!! Thanks!!
Recipe/reviews never mentioned pre-baked rolls. I believed bread would bake with all the ingredients. We dont have Schuberts in our neck of the woods. Only veggies,meatballs,sauce and cheese tasted fine. Will do again but with premade rolls. The potential is there.
I could not imagine using dinner rolls as a base for a casserole. Thats what made me try the recipe. There are only 2 of us and we do not generally eat much bread. Found the Sister Schubert rolls in the freezer section and really didn't want to buy that many so I made a cooks change and found a small loaf of soft crusted bread in bakery section and cut it up in 10 pieces. Worked out fine. Used Paul Newman's meat sauce with sausage, otherwise followed the recipe as directed. We had friends over for dinner and 4 people eat 3/4 pan of a 9x13 pan. It was INCREDIABLE. Will keep this one and make again
My friend and I absolutely LOVED this meal!
I used different rolls - the soft onion buns - and that was a mistake. You definitely need a crustier roll, which I am sure is the one Sister Schubert suggests. With that change I know this would be an absolute knock out recipe! Will make again and again. It's too easy not to!
I followed the recipe exactly as written. Overall, it was good, but there are a few things to mention that might need adjustments. (1) I used SS rolls as directed. I found that the suggested 5 was not enough for a 9x13 pan, and that when I cut the rolls in half, they seemed very large. So, I used about 6 rolls and I cut them in thirds to cover the bottom of the pan. (2) Depending on your preference, add more green pepper. (3) I used two packages of 14 each meatballs for a total 28 meatballs. Seemed like a good amount. (4) I did add the chicken broth, as directed, but in the end, saw no purpose for it. Since the rolls ended up being soggy, less liquid might be a good idea.
I baked it for 45 minutes because I wanted the cheese on top to be slightly crusty. Definitely let it rest 10 minutes before serving. Overall, the flavor was very good, but I found the under-layer of rolls to be soggy and a tad unpleasant. It certainly is comfort food, and kinda fun to make. I might make it again and put the rolls on top of the entire casserole instead.
My husband & I loved it. I did not have the biscuits, so I substituted noodles. It turned out great. I will make it again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sister Schubert's(R) Meatball Casserole
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 196
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