This recipe was waaaay too sweet for my taste. I set it up in the crockpot before I went to work, and when I got home and tasted it, I thought for sure I'd read the recipe wrong! Tried adding onions and Worcestershire to the sauce, but it still wasn't edible.
We had to rush around and find something late last night that could be thrown together quickly for dh to take to a work potluck. He decided meatballs in the crockpot would be easy, but I didn't want to do the "same ole, same ole" grape jelly BBQ meatballs. I lucked into this recipe on the back of the bag, and dh said it got rave reviews. I cooked them on the stovetop last night, and then he just took them to work and kept them on low all morning. He and I split one last night, and it was really yummy! It's almost like a sweet and sour kind of flavor, with just the tiniest little kick to it. The apricots really tone down the spiciness of the salsa. They're really good!
Delicious! I always make these in the crockpot, and I always let them cook for at least three hours on high. Great over white rice with sugar snap peas on the side.
very easy..hard to beleive this was this easy and turned out sooo good.Thanks,a party staple from now on!
Made this with 2 lbs of meatballs for a party. They were so easy to make and everyone loved them. They were gone in no time! Thanks