Spice up backyard barbecues with your favorite meatball recipes prepared fresh on the grill. Make lamb, pork, beef, turkey and more in the same batch—our durable stainless-steel basket lets you cook and flip up to 12 at once. A rosewood handle keeps hands at a safe distance from the flame. Hand wash.
Care: Hand wash
Material: Stainless steel and rosewood
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Used this for the first time for our 4th of July party and it was great. We prepped the mini burgers ahead of time and it made grilling super easy. Served them as an appetizer with various condiments to dip the burgers in. Guests loved it. And we didn't have to worry about burgers sticking to the grill or falling apart. I'm buying another one and larger one.
Ordered this as an add-on to my order since it's only 5.99 - recv it today and it exceeds my expectations. Very sturdy and well made. The family thinks I'm ridiculous for ordering a meatball grill basket but wait till they taste them :-). This is a very good deal.
I too bought this on a whim, thought perhaps just another inexpensive kitchen gadget that might not be used much. I was pleasantly surprised at the quality and just made the most delicious lamb meatballs on the grill and they were so easy to manage with this tool. Can't wait to use it again, might even buy another one
Is there a good meatball recipe? Mine fell apart in the grill basket...how embarrassing! I always use Quaker Oats meatloaf recipes for my meatballs.ThanksJeann
A shopper on Aug 27, 2011
Best Answer:I just made meatballs with ground lamb for pitas using the grill basket. I used my food processor and combined 3 slices bread and 1 egg along with some onions and herbs and @ one pound of meat. The mixture was fairly firm when I formed into the meatballs. Typical meatloaf recipes are much softer and have more liquid (ie the Quaker recipe) which is ok for longer oven cooking in a loaf pan but probably not for the grill basket. Try using soft bread crumbs as binder and less liquid next time. Good Luck
I have attached a link to a recipe that I use for my meatballs. It uses breadcrumbs and parmesean cheese and I have never had them fall apart. I also use the combo of beef veal and pork whenever I can as suggested by one of the bloggers. It really makes a difference in the flavor. The link for this website is http://www.food.com/recipe/authentic-italian-meatballs-92095.