Sorry this is such a poor quality photo. I was being sneaky in line on my IPhone- do you see the pile of coupons the cashier is scanning? This is after they bought a billion groceries!
I settled on Taste of Home one-dish meals with 150 recipes and each recipe has a photo. (those are my favorite because you know what you are going for) I seriously stood in line for atleast 20 minutes behind these people so I found a recipe that used things I had in my cart! I usually don't like meatballs- I grew up with meat sauce and meatballs are sometimes dryish and too meaty. But these are really easy and turned out delicious!
1 c soft bread crumbs
1 envelope onion soup mix
1 1/2 lbs ground turkey (I only used 1)
3 cups water- divided
3 T flour
Hot cooked noodles or rice
To make your own soft bread crumbs take 2 slices of bread- one slice makes 1/2 c- tear the bread into 1 inch pieces and pulse in the food processor
Next combine half of the onion soup mix, the bread crumbs, and the ground turkey.
Make these into 1 inch balls- mine made about 22- I'm sure most people could stretch them into 24.
Brown them in batches- this took longer than I thought because you want to make sure they are cooked all the way through- I cooked mine about 10-15 minutes
After they are all browned you add 2 1/2 cups of water and the rest of the onion soup mix. Bring this to a boil then let it simmer for 10 minutes.
In a small bowl combine 1/2 c water and 3 T of flour. This part is really hard to get all the lumps out.
add it to the mixture and bring it to a bowl- let it thicken for a few minutes.
Serve over rice or noodles
This really wasn't that unhealthy of a recipe- it could definitely be modified to use whole wheat flour and served over brown rice. The onion soup mix is a little high in sodium so I just layed off of it in the noodles.