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Italian-inspired turkey meatballs in an easy spicy tomato basil sauce with creamy Burrata cheese. Ready in 30 minutes and perfect over pasta.
Preheat oven to 400 F.
In a large bowl, combine the turkey, bread crumbs, egg, minced basil, garlic salt, oregano, cumin, Dijon mustard, black pepper, cayenne, and red pepper flakes. Mix together and roll into 1 inch meatballs. You will end up with anywhere between 16-22 meatballs. Put meatballs onto a rimmed baking tray or baking dish.
Bake meatballs for 15 minutes.
While the meatballs are baking, make the sauce. Heat a large skillet on medium-low and add tomato sauce and oregano. At this point you can add any herbs or additional ingredients such as mushrooms or red pepper flakes if you desire. Sauce will thicken.
Once meatballs are done baking, add them to the skillet; spoon the tomato sauce generously over the meatballs and add the basil. Place the Buratta randomly in the tomato sauce and/or over the meatballs; continue cooking on medium-low for 5 more minutes or until the cheese has melted into the sauce.
Serve meatballs over grain or pasta of choice. Would also be great over spaghetti squash.
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