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    From Southern living 2000 Annual. This makes an easy appy for home entertaining. Carries well in an oven-proof bowl, to re-heat in microwave.

    Recipe #389595

    I use my Recipe #124958 and Recipe #124957 (recipes posted separately) to make these for family movie nights (hence the name). They are a little less messy to eat than most meatball subs due to the hollowed-out rolls, and the unused bread chunks can be used for other purposes.

    Recipe #124902

    The spread on these meatball sandwiches is what really sets them apart from others. You can experiment and customize by using your favorite meatballs, sauces and fresh bread. Good for a party finger food, or for lunch or dinner. I promise no meatball sandwich will be the same again! Cook time includes entire process.

    Recipe #59289

    This title is a bit misleading--I don't find the dish to be very spicy, but some people do, hence the warning label. I made it up one night when I had fifteen minutes to get dinner on the table--I juggled my pots and had it ready in twelve! Don't worry if it sounds like it needs more herbs or spices, it is tasty as is. The peanuts are a South African thing to add--try it at least once.

    Recipe #381602

    I'm always looking for easy meals for those busy weekdays. My husband and I both work and have two children that are very active in extracurricular school activities. I like meals that I can just throw in the crock pot before I leave for work and have dinner ready when we get home. This was something I put together and somehow it keeps getting requested.

    Recipe #343341

    Easy and tasty recipe. Original came from the Pillsbury SlowCooker Book. I've slightly modified it to suit our tastes. This isn't overly hot but has some nice bit of spice flavour. For added kick, you could add one tsp of dried chili peppers. **May9, 2008 - it appears not all slowcookers are the same so I have made a small adjustment with the addition of water to the recipe. My cooker doesn't require this but it appears to be a minority! So give it a whirl and then adjust recipe to suit yours.

    Recipe #301444

    My mom made these for my family's Christmas party and my family thought they were so good. When my mom made these she did not add the red pepper flakes due to these being served to children. When I made them I did the same as my mom except I used a 12oz jar of orange marmalade to use up a couple of leftover tablespoons. I also used Aldi's brand frozen meatballs. The recipe is from Sandra Lee at Food Network.

    Recipe #275305

    1 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    This is an easy, delicious recipe for weeknight meals. Use one batch of recipe #371193, frozen meatballs from the supermarket or substitute your own meatball recipe. Serve with egg noodles or mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #372507

    Bring a piece of Hawai'i to your kitchen, without the heat! With this fast and easy recipe you can sneak in the fruits and vegetables, and the kids will THANK YOU for it!!! Half or quarter the recipe for family servings or make it all for your next party!

    Recipe #255526

    I modified a recipe from Campbells that my kids just love. Make sure the meetballs are about halfway done before starting the noodle part of the recipe.

    Recipe #371578

    Seems I always have a half-ful bottle of Major Peters Bloody Mary mix in my fridge... Here's a great recipe if you do too! This recipes uses frozen meatballs, but one of my favorite homemade meatball recipes is recipe#225660

    Recipe #370290

    This is a delicious meal that my family loves!

    Recipe #108852

    This recipe is from a Betty Crocker email that I received. A few ingredients, little time to make, and sounds very good!

    Recipe #288248

    A family favorite, made with either store-bought frozen meatballs or homemade frozen meatballs. Penne can replace the egg noodles, best served with steamed broccoli.

    Recipe #366005

    8 Reviews |  By Donna

    I have made my sauce this way for years. It is very easy and I think really good. The Italian dressing mix is the key--the longer this simmers the better it is, but it can be made quickly too. I have also made it in the crock pot!

    Recipe #38539

    This is a delicious crockpot appetizer. Can't get much easier than this.

    Recipe #106860

    This was one of those serendipitous happenings that continue to amaze/amuse me. My DS called me on a Wednesday evening around suppertime to ask if it would be alright to come visit for the weekend, bringing his boys. They would arrive Friday at suppertime. Since I knew that DD and her family would want to be included for dinner to give her more time to visit w/ her brother over the weekend... I suddenly went from "just me" for dinner to "eight" for dinner! What to fix at the last minute like this??? A while later I was reading the paper and came across this recipe in the food section and thought: AH HA! Dinner! I bought the ingredients after work on Thursday and, Friday morning, everything went into the crock pot (I made a double batch). When I got home after work, I made a salad, wrapped bakery Italian bread in foil to heat in the oven, and started the water boiling for the spaghetti. Everyone LOVED it, as I did too, and the leftovers were scarfed up by the grand kids the next day for lunch. Age ranges of diners were 18 months up to ... well, let's just say I'm a grandmother of five! This will definitely be a repeater at my house! (Recipe courtesy of B. Mills & A. Ross of "Desperation Dinners" column in the Raleigh NC News & Observer.)

    Recipe #160483

    These tempting, hot-from-the-oven sandwiches are ready in a flash with Pepperidge Farm Mozzarella Garlic Cheese Bread, Prego Traditional Italian Sauce nad ready-made meatballs.

    Recipe #361461

    Quick and easy way to make meatballs and have them at a party. I can guarantee that you will not have any leftovers. My mom tells me that most of this recipe comes from a 1960's version of the Queen's cookbook.

    Recipe #359780

    Prepared in a slow cooker, this recipe couldn't be any easier! Serve over buttery hot cooked noodles and you'll have a happy crowd! Recipe can doubled or halved. If you cant get the onion soup then replace it with 2 diced onions and a pint of beef stock.

    Recipe #355634

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