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Take with you a bag of tortilla chips. Really good, people just love it and easy to make. Enjoy.
Mix the 2 meats with hands. Put stuffing mix and dry onion soup mix in bowl and mix well. Add this to meats and work it in with your hands. Make ...
Slow cook in crock pot for 8 hours on low.
Put in pot and let simmer for about 30 minutes.
Cook kielbasa to ... Put 8 oz. barbecue sauce, 10 oz. jar of grape jelly and 1 medium ... heat. Put in cut-up cooked kielbasa and heat for 5 to 10 minutes.
Roll ground beef ... until done. Combine barbecue sauce and jelly in a thick ... simmer for 30 minutes. If you can let them cook longer, they are better.
Place all ingredients in crock pot. Cook on high until it boils. Simmer for 1 to 2 hours. Serve.
Use own meatballs ... prepared ones. Mix jelly and sauce together in pan. ... through. Serve with toothpicks and or with crackers or small bread rounds.
Mix well and ... meatballs, pouring off excess grease. Add sweet and sour sauce and simmer in crock pot. Stirring frequently. Extra good at Christmas time!
Makes 3 in ... Mix in seasonings, barbecue sauce and jelly; simmer 10 ... Add cocktail weenies, spices and soy sauce. Set on low. Can be kept warm all day.
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