Meatball casserole with feta cheese

This meatball casserole from the Omnia oven is a wonderful, complete meal. And the great thing is that children like it too!

My girlfriend really wanted to know what I was doing and what the Omnia oven was. So I invited her and her two children to dinner at short notice.

The meatball casserole was created quite spontaneously. After all, it had to be something that the two children (aged 6-8) would like.

To make the meatball casserole, fry the meatballs in a separate pan. Due to the small size, this can be done very quickly.

Small triplets of potatoes are roasted in the Omnia oven and turn the meatball casserole into a fully-fledged main course.

I’m a fan of lots of fresh vegetables and, of course, sheep’s cheese. And especially in the Omnia oven, vegetables taste like vegetables! So lots of colorful vegetables had to be added to the meatball casserole and everything was topped with feta cheese.

Children and vegetables

Children and vegetables is often a difficult topic. But I’ve always believed that you should try everything. And vegetables from the Omnia oven also taste completely different.

When the meatball casserole was on the table, the children’s eyes lit up with “Oh, meatballs!” Ok, first hurdle cleared!

The second most difficult hurdle was the taste test.

But even that was no problem and the meatball casserole went down very well with both the children and my friend. Yay!

So the tin of ravioli that I had bought as a backup plan could stay in the cupboard.

My girlfriend was very enthusiastic about the meatball casserole and the Omnia oven.

She really liked the taste and the roasted potatoes that were “hidden” under the whole meatball casserole.

And if you’re in a hurry, you can also use ready-made meatballs from the supermarket and don’t have to prepare them and fry them in a pan first.

If you don’t like sheep’s cheese, even though it really harmonizes well with the ingredients, you can of course replace the sheep’s cheese with any other type of cheese.

And now I hope you enjoy cooking the meatball casserole with feta cheese.

Take a look at my other recipes for the Omnia oven. There’s bound to be something for you!


200g feta cheese
500g small potatoes
6 tbsp olive oil
200g minced meat, mixed
1 Egg
1 slice of toast
200g zucchini
125g cocktail tomatoes
1 Paprika, yellow
1⁄2 bunch thyme
1⁄2 Lemon
Paprika powder, sweet


Wash the potatoes thoroughly and cut them in half lengthwise. Mix in a bowl with 2 tbsp olive oil, salt and pepper. Spread the potatoes in the Omnia dish and pre-cook on a medium flame for 25 minutes.

Wash the remaining vegetables.

Remove the seeds from the pepper. Cut the courgette and pepper into approx. 1 cm cubes. Halve the cocktail tomatoes. Mix the vegetables in a bowl (the bowl from the potatoes). Wash the thyme, shake dry and pluck off the leaves. Add the plucked thyme leaves to the vegetables.

Squeeze the lemon. Add the juice of the squeezed lemon and 2 tbsp olive oil. Season well with salt and pepper. Now let everything steep.

Soak the toast in a little water. Knead the minced meat with the egg, salt, pepper, paprika powder and the squeezed out toast. Form approx. 10-12 small meatballs from the minced meat.

Heat the remaining oil in a frying pan and brown the meatballs all over.

Spread some of the marinated vegetables over the potatoes and crumble 1/3 of the feta cheese on top. Now place the meatballs on top. Spread the rest of the vegetables around.

Crumble the remaining feta cheese over the top and bake for 25 minutes over a medium heat.

I recommend preparing them in the non-stick Omnia baking dish*. The recipe also works perfectly in the Rocktrail camping oven or the camping ovens from Petromax or Enders.

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