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Mix grape jelly with ketchup in crockpot. Slice ... thick and place it into crockpot. Then mix all ingredients together. Cook on low for about 5 hours.
Mix until blended. Heat and dip small meatballs in this. Serve with tooth-picks.
Cook meatballs in ... on inside. Put jelly, chili, and ketchup in a sauce ... paprika last. Cook until flavor meatballs absorb flavor and sauce is thick.
Mix together and form into small balls, brown lightly in small amount of oil. Mix ingredients and pour sauce over meatballs. Heat in oven at 325 ...
Add bread crumbs, corn starch, salt and pepper, all spice, beaten egg and milk to ground beef. Saute' onion lightly in oil. Add to the above mixture ...
Mix ground beef, onion, ketchup. Make into ... chili sauce and jelly until jelly melts. ... hot. The longer they stay in crock pot, the better they are.
Mix together beef, ... too thick. Mix together ketchup and jelly. NOTE: For smaller amount of sauce, mix together 3/4 cup ketchup and 1/4 cup grape jelly.
Brown ham and onions in butter. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer 1 hour. If too dry, add tomato sauce.
In saucepan on low heat, melt jelly until smooth. Blend in ketchup and bar-b-q sauce. ... dogs. Cut into bite-size pieces and add to sauce. Heat and serve.
Mix well and form into small meatballs. Brown meatballs, pouring off excess grease. Add sweet and sour sauce and simmer in crock pot. Stirring ...
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