Monday, October 5, 2015

Italian Recipes: Mantia's Italian Meatballs

Our family loves to give reviews of food products that we find at the local grocery store. Mantia's Italian meatballs claim that they have the perfect blend of seasoning. Is this the honest truth? Are these meatballs a good buy for the family budget?

Mantia's Italian meatballs are actually a good buy. Each meal made with them costs our family about seventy five cents a plate. The meatballs are actually a nice size and they smell great while cooking. The scent alone makes my family run to the dinner table.

Mantia's Italian meatballs are a mixture of beef and pork. They are versatile and can be used in a lot of recipes. I have been known to cook them up and use them as taco meat. I also have been known to cook them up and use them over home made pizza. They have a good flavor and the seasoning is not overpowering. 

Word of warning though, don't cool them and then use them in a salad recipe. They seem to get this greasy texture around the outside when they are cooled.

All in all Mantia's Italian meatballs do have just the right amount of seasoning. They offer a good product that can be used over again and not get boring.

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