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Backyard Burner Barbie-Q - Recipes that sizzle.Views: 280
Mar 10, 2010 1:09 pm re: BJs Slow Cooker Beef Stew featured at Just A Pinch

Erika May
Sure Bobby - you're not going to believe how simple it is:

1 16oz jar of grape jelly
1 12oz bottle of chili sauce
approx 30 frozen meatballs

Quick method: (I do this when I'm making meatball subs for dinner)
Mix grape jelly and chili sauce together in sauce pan, bring a boil on med-high heat and frozen meatballs. Reduce heat to med. and cook for 30 min.

Crockpot method:
For a party I double or triple everything.
Heat grape jelly and chili sauce until they mix together, then add meatballs. Takes approx 2 hours til ready to eat. I turn heat down to keep warm the rest of the day.

Microwave:
I've never used the microwave - but that's my preference. You could use a microwave for the sauce, but the meatballs need to have time to absorb flavors of the sauce, and I personally don't think that can happen in a few minutes in the microwave. That's why I've always just done it on the stove or crockpot (one dish to clean). But if you're using the sauce for something else, then the microwave is a quick way to make the sauce.

For parties - I have a split crockpot and will often put meatballs in one side and little franks in the other (use the same bbq sauce recipe).

Happy eating or snacking
Enjoy.
~Erika

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