The most amazing Cheesy Enchilada Meatball Sub Recipe! Once they taste it, your family will beg for this every week.
I’m not a big sandwich eater.
It’s not that I don’t like sandwiches. Secretly, I think it has to do with carb-consumption, or something of the sort. I’m more likely to put sandwich ingredients on a salad and enjoy them with a fork.
However there are certain exceptions… For instance, I am crazy over Vietnamese Banh Mi Sandwiches and Meatball Subs.
Something about a decadent row of juicy meatballs, sitting pretty on a toasted roll, smothered in cheese, makes my eyes roll back in my head.
Ecstasy on a bun, in my humble opinion.
As if classic meatball subs weren’t enough, I recently had the inclination to make Mexican-style meatballs and simmer them in red enchilada sauce. Then I served them on sub rolls.
Oh. My. Gawd. You have got to taste this!
Today’s Cheesy Enchilada Meatball Sub Recipe is my idea of the perfect sandwich.
It’s ostentatiously rich and zesty, made with large ultra-moist meatballs, tons of smoky enchilada sauce, and melted provolone cheese.
The meatballs have all the components of classic meatballs, yet are made with sour cream to add a luxurious texture. Then Old El Paso Taco Seasoning gives them a boost of tex-mex appeal.
When making meatballs it’s extremely important to mix the ingredients by hand to ensure the mixture is very smooth.
Any pockets of ground meat, without the seasoning or breadcrumbs, will result in uneven meatballs.
Sizzle the meatballs in an extra large skillet or sauté pan to brown them on all sides, then pour mildly spicy Old El Paso Red Enchilada Sauce over the meatballs and let them simmer to finish cooking.
The flavors from the meatballs and the enchilada sauce mingle to create the most tantalizing flavor!
I could (did) eat these enchilada meatballs straight out of the pan.
However, if you go the extra mile of placing them on soft sub rolls, laying cheese over the top, and toasting them in the oven, you’ve got sheer perfection on your hands!
This Cheesy Enchilada Meatball Sub Recipe is my new favorite thing in the whole wide world.
I highly recommend you give them a try!!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Old El Paso. All opinions are my own.
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