Marsala and Apricot Glazed Meatball Sub

Food bloggers from across the country were approached for this competition, and I was chosen to be one of 12 finalists to compete in the 3rd Annual Colombo Marsala & Toscana Saporita Recipe Challenge! This means that Colombo provided me with their marsala wines and compensated me for my groceries needed to create an original and innovative recipe using their marsala wine as a featured ingredient. Cool! I can do this!   When I think of marsala, I think of very traditional recipes like chicken or veal marsala. I certainly wanted to do something different yet I didn’t want anything that was too intimidating for the average cook. I love sandwiches. They’re fun to make and can be very tasty. This marsala-focused recipe takes the average meatball sub to a whole new level that even the novice cook can create successfully. The real gem here is the glaze. The combination of the Colombo Sweet Marsala with apricots and beef broth created a complex sauce that could hold up to the hearty flavor of the meatballs while imparting a delicately sweet shadow to the savory main ingredient.
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Servings:  4
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Total Time:  35-40 min

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