Enchilada Meatballs are Making Meatballs Fun Again

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Usually considerably easy to make (and quick), meatballs have long been a meat treat many a hoagie, spaghetti, or general meat-formed-into-a-shape fan have loved. But with not too much change in their history, this food sensation needed to be amped-up a little. This is where enchilada meatballs step in!

Delicious jalapeno flavoring, a rich and vibrant enchilada sauce, and your dream of making a meatball that’s fit for a king or queen are all it takes to achieve greatness with this recipe! Shared by Delish, the combination of meat, sauce, and cheese in this dish are making meatballs fun again, and that’s what we long for. We don’t cook to simply fill the void. Many of us here in Texas have been known to experiment with recipes that take time, trial-and-error, and a lot of taste-testing to get right! We already know what enchiladas taste like, and we love them! And goodness knows we’ve had our share of plain old meatballs in the past. Blending the two together into one mouthwatering recipe such as this only makes perfect sense!

Enchilada Meatballs

Enchilada Meatballs are Making Meatballs Fun Again


Key ingredients for this dish include:

Ground Beef






Enchilada Sauce

Black Beans

Monterey Jack Cheese


If you love meatballs as much as the next guy, then great! But these enchilada meatballs from Delish will put your dish into a category miles above that. If you’re looking to take something to your next potluck, or you simply want to spice things up a little, this is a surefire way to do it. Delish shares all of the ingredients, amounts, and instructions at the link available here. Once you try them, we think you’ll be a convert! The rich enchilada sauce gives the taste sensation that this is what you’re truly enjoying, while at the same time, it’s a perfectly moist meatball. It’s an inexpensive dish (many of us will already have much of the ingredients already at home,) and it’s versatile in that it can be served on its own, or it can complement tortilla chips, and maybe even be covered in taco toppings! The world is your meatball with this recipe!