Sneak some spinach onto everyone's plates with tender turkey and spinach meatballs nestled in crusty hoagie rolls with plenty of melted provolone cheese and tangy marinara sauce. The mix of spicy turkey Italian sausage and ground turkey gives the meatballs tons of flavor and a great texture, while the spinach and breadcrumbs make the meatballs extremely light. The meatballs are cooked in marinara sauce a large skillet on the stovetop—no frying required. Serve them as a hearty sandwich or over spaghetti for a fast and filling meal everyone will love.
Mild fresh spinach can be slipped into just about any recipe. Simply wilt it in a pan with a little water or oil until it cooks down. Let the spinach cool; then wring out any excess moisture. Add it to pastas, top a pizza, or whisk it into scrambled eggs.
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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