Add the ground turkey and all of the ingredients (except butter and oiinto a mixing bowl.
Stirring turkey meatballs with a wooden spoon.
Mix well with clean hands or a wooden spoon.
Make small golf size balls and shape with your hands.
Shaping turkey meatballs with hands
Place them on a plate or platter.
In a large skillet, heat butter and olive oil on medium heat.
Add in the turkey meatballs and let them cook on each side for a few minutes.
Cooking turkey meatballs in butter and olive oil in a cast iron skillet pan.
Turn them using a wooden spoon. Continue to turn them so they cook evenly.
Turkey meatballs can get really dark, you want them to have a deep, dip golden brown (sometimes they almost look brunt, but they're not!) color to them.
After each side has been browned, cover the pan and cook for about 5 more minutes.
Turkey meatballs cooked in a cast iron skillet
Use a meat thermometer and when it reaches 120-135 degrees, you can remove the meatballs from the pan.
To be extra sure, cut one of the meatballs in half and check if it's done. With turkey, it's important the meat is fully cooked.