DIY Meatball Bar

A big batch of meatballs is perfect for a crowd—and super fun to customize!

By: Food Network Magazine

Your guests can eat these meatballs any which way. Put out rolls, cheese and pesto for sliders, or let them build a meatball bowl with polenta and all sorts of toppings. Round out the spread with foolproof Italian sides like garlic bread and fried eggplant. Keep the meatballs warm in a slow cooker—everything else is fine at room temperature.

The Starting Line-Up (Pictured clockwise from bottom left):

Extra Fixings:

  • Pesto
  • Roasted red peppers
  • Ricotta cheese
  • Pickled Italian peppers
  • Dinner rolls
  • Grated parmesan cheese
  • Sliced mozzarella cheese

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