Mediterranean Turkey Meatball Sandwiches (Pita or Wrap)

Total Time
30mins
Prep
20 mins
Cook
10 mins

The light and bright flavors in this Mediterranean Meatball Sandwich really elevates ground turkey to a higher level. Very nutritious and low in fat, and QUICK--- only 30 minutes start to finish! Makes a tasty and nutritious lunch or light dinner! From The Turkey Store meats.

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Ingredients

Nutrition

Directions

  1. Combine turkey meatball ingredients; mix well. Shape into 18 (1 1/4") balls.
  2. Using skillet coated with non-stick cooking spray, cook meatballs 8 to 10 minutes or until browned and no longer pink in center; stir occasionally.
  3. Combine sauce ingredients.
  4. Place 3 meatballs in each pita half. Add lettuce and tomato. Top with sauce.
  5. Alternatively, place filling in a flour tortilla, and fold burrito style for a wrap!
  6. Serves 6.
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5 5

Excellent! I made 1/2 recipe, for just me and too much in my freezer so I just wanted to try. I still have some for lunch too. I used fresh parsley, a bit more garlic ... just because I love garlic and reg sour cream. Oh, I had 1/4 red onion in the fridge so I thin sliced and added in, but that certainly didn't change the taste of the meatballs and sauce. I was happy. No changes. As is would be fine. I highly doubt my fresh parsley and more garlic changed much. It is a great recipe! I will definitely make again. This would be a fun party night making different meatball sandwiches. Could be fun! Thank You!

5 5

I can't beleive I forgot to review this! We had this for dinner 2 Fridays ago, and it was WONDERFUL. I did have to ad lib a bit on some of the spices, I did not have driend mint or lemon pepper. I made the addition of coriander, a tiny tad bit of turmeric & cardamom. We also did add salt. I would think that if you did not have sour cream you could also use yogurt in the sauce, so this recipe seems really versatile. We really enjoyed it and I can't wait to have it again. Thanks so much for posting.

5 5

This made an excellant pita sandwich!! I did add a bit of salt to the turkey mix and used all fresh herbs from the garden. We loved the hint of mint!! I used no fat sour cream and added a quarter of a red pepper, chopped, to the sauce. Very easy and quick supper, thanks for posting. We will enjoy them again!!