"Fill a hoagie bun with tender baked meatballs, creamy Alfredo sauce and slices of provolone cheese and bake until toasted." — Classico
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egg, lightly beaten
fine dry bread crumbs
lean ground beef
1 (15 ounce) jar
Classico® Light Creamy Alfredo pasta sauce
My husband, son and I really liked this recipe. I was surprised at the flavor, given the ingredients and ease of the recipe. The rolls came out nice and crunchy, but not too dry. Ordinarily, I am not overly fond of jarred/canned alfredo sauce, but this one was a great compliment to the meatballs. I did find I had to cook the meatballs longer than stated in the recipe - they came out raw. Next time I will bake them for 30 minutes instead of 15, and I'll make sure they are on a cookie sheet instead of a baking dish. I generally hate making meatballs, but these came together very nicely, and were flavorful.
My husband and I made these sandwiches using mountain lion burger from an animal he harvested last year. They turned out great! Mountain lion meat is kind of like pork in that it's a light meat so the meatballs turned out sort of like italian sausage in flavor. They worked really well with the alfredo sauce. Delicious! We will definitely make these again.
I used Johnsonville mild Italian sausage to make a slider on a pretzel bun with this recipe - it was outstanding. The creaminess of the Alfredo and the spice of the sausage made a great bite. I'll definitely make this again.
Pretty good for a quick dinner. I used lean ground moose. The only things I did different were: added a bit of italian seasoning to the ground meat and sautéed some green papers and added those under the cheese.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Alfredo Beef Sandwiches
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 278
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