At your next summer fete, serve a big batch of Cheese Curd Stuffed Meatball Sliders. These small bites pack a punch of big flavor, stuff with fresh squeaky cheese curds!
This post is sponsored by the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board in conjunction with a social media campaign through Sunday Supper LLC. All opinions are my own.
Let’s talk cheese – I love cheese, it’s probably my favorite savory food. It can be ooey and gooey, soft and spreadable, fresh and squeaky, clean tasting or stinky. There are so many different types of cheese, you can have a new one every single day of the year and still not try them all.
Picking a favorite though – that is not an easy task. How do you do it? I feel like favorite cheeses change depend on your mood but there is one cheese I can and will always say yes to.
Have you had them? Have you even heard of them?
You might have had them if you’ve eaten poutine before but if you’ve visited anywhere in the mid-west, specifically Wisconsin, I’d be shocked if they didn’t cross your path. Cheese curds is a fresh cheese and you know they’re good when they squeak after you take a bite. It’s the perfect cheese for snacking, frying, tossing into a salad or my personal favorite stuffing into foods. These bite sized bites of cheese has a mild, salty taste, which is perfect for the pickiest cheese eater in your family.
With that in mind, I thought it would be perfect for stuffing into meatball sliders. These cheese stuffed sliders make a great quick weeknight meal or double the recipe for summer entertaining. You can go ahead and toss them onto the grill if you don’t feel like heating up your kitchen. Plus who doesn’t love meatballs with a cheesy surprise in the center?
I’ll be honest with you though, if you live outside of Wisconsin cheese curds are a challenge to track down. In all of NYC, there was only one store I knew of that sold Wisconsin cheese curds, the hunt was well worth it though. Did you know that Wisconsin cheese makers have been crafting varieties of cheese for more than 160 years? It’s a tradition that lives on with more than 2.8 billion pounds of cheese crafted each year. That’s a lot of cheese – imagine all the milk that gets used to make it!
Since I know you love cheese as much as I do, be sure to follow Wisconsin Cheese Pinterest board and visit their website for more cheese making history and information. You can also visit them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.
For those who love to create fun recipes with cheese check out the fun recipe contest for the Food and Wine Conference!
- Cheese Crispies by Shockingly Delicious
- Cheese Fondue by Recipes Food and Cooking
- Prosciutto Havarti Spinach Bundles by Daily Dish Recipes
Main Dishes with Cheese:
- Cheese Curd Stuffed Meatball Sliders by The Girl In The Little Red Kitchen
- Cheesy Crab Stuffed Peppers by FoodieTots
- Cheesy Skillet Lasagna by Life Tastes Good
- Cheesy Vegetable Enchiladas by Alida’s Kitchen
- Fontina Chorizo Spinach Quiche by Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
- Ham, Blackberry Ricotta, and Fresh Mozzarella Grilled Cheese by Cupcakes & Kale Chips
- Korean-style Poutine 2.0 by kimchi MOM
- Mozzarella, Tomato, and Basil Couscous Salad with Arugula by Ruffles & Truffles
- Pimento Cheese Potato Soup by Cosmopolitan Cornbread
- Sausage and Burrata Pasta by Family Foodie
Cheese Side Dishes:
- Cheesy Jalapeno and Bacon Potato Au Gratin by Peanut Butter and Peppers
- Chipotle Beer Mac & Cheese by One Sweet Mess
- White Mac and Cheese by Bobbi’s Kozy Kitchen
- Coconut Lime Cheese Crepes with Brandied Cherry Topping by The Life and Loves of Grumpy’s Honeybunch
- Ricotta Cheesecake Brownies by That Skinny Chick Can Bake
10 Ideas for Cheese Dip Dippers by Sunday Supper Movement
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