|by Pierre Galet|
You don't need to own a vineyard to benefit from knowing what it takes to turn grapes into fine wines.
Tip: Try meatballs grape jelly for more results.
Results 1 - 8 of 8 for turkey meatballs grape jelly
Mix ketchup, jelly and lemon juice ... Meanwhile, mix the turkey with the oat ... toothpicks. (This is a favorite main dish at our house the kids love it.)
In a large pot mix - chili sauce, water, grape jelly. Bring to a boil. Place meatballs into pot. Cook 1 hour on a medium heat. Serve over white rice.
Soak bread crumbs ... sauce, water and grape jelly. Heat to ... cream, if desired. Can be made in crockpot but remember to add meatballs after sauce is hot.
Mix first 3 ... until bubbling. Mix turkey with oat bran ... size balls. Drop balls into bubbling mixture to cook for 30 minutes. Serve hot with toothpicks.
Heat oven to ... separate pan, combine grape jelly, vinegar and ... 5 minutes. Add meatballs and peppers and ... are heated. 34 servings, 2 meatballs each.
Mix ground beef, ... brown in a skillet or broiler pan. Heat chili sauce and jelly until melted. Pour over hot meatballs. Insert toothpicks in meatballs.
In a large ... chili sauce and grape jelly. Meanwhile, mix ... balls. Drop the meatballs into chili sauce ... Serve hot with toothpicks. Also good reheated.
Mix well, roll ... to roll around meatballs. A little ... Heat oven to medium heat until well blended. Add cooked meat balls (well drained of any grease).
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