Polpette can be found in any Italian home and is considered a perfect accompaniment with pasta. More often, itís eaten as a meal on itís own, particularly when mopping up the tomato sugo with some crusty bread. It tastes even better the next day when eaten as a cold snack.
Turkey Polpette in Sugo
The ingredients and cooking methods vary, depending on which region you happen to indulge, in these classic ďItalian meatballsĒ but one constant is the dish is quick and filling.
Substituting pork or beef with lean turkey mince creates a much healthier and low fat version of this traditional Italian dish.