- Place onion flakes in milk and set aside for 10 minutes.
- Place soups in microwave safe bowls and set aside.
- In a medium bowl, mix milk and onion mixture with all remaining ingredients except soups. Mix until thoroughly blended.
- Shape mixture by rounded teaspoonfuls into 3/4-inch balls. In nmedium hot frying pan with a bit of olive oil, in batches, browm meatballs well on all sides and meat balls are cooked through.
- Remove cooked meatballs to rack or paper towels to drain.
- Warm soups in microwave until smooth and spread easily. Place 4 to 6 meatballs in warmed bun and spoon on soups as desired.
The sandwiches are wonderful hot as well as cold. At a picnic, or at a buffet, place the ingredients on the table and let everyone make their own sandwiches. Add some sauteed mushrooms and sauteed onions for a real taste treat. I have a confession to make: sometimnes, when time is short, I use prepared, frozen meatballs. They are usually Italian-style in spice. Although they are not as good as these meatballs in this recipe, they will certainy do quite well in a pinch.
The makings set out for the buffet. When holding for any period of time, I add a bit of marinara sauce to keep the meatballs from drying out. It adds to the flavor of the sandwich.