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I really intended to take a photo of this, but somehow it all just disappeared before I could get out the camera. I used home-made meatballs, and added about 1/4 cup of chopped green chiles, just because I wanted to use them up. These were super easy to make! However, next time I think I'll saute the onions and garlic first, just to give the sauce a bit more depth and complexity. I was looking for an alternative to the usual sauce for the meatballs, and this worked out great. Thanks for also helping me use up my jar of salsa verde - wouldn't want it to get old.
I used frozen meatballs and made this today for a quick lunch. Super easy and I only simmered for about 10 minutes. Maybe because my meatballs were on the small side? I felt any longer and they would of fallen apart. No worries though because that just means I got to eat them faster. Sour cream was delicious on these. Didnt eat over rice or pasta because Im low carbing it. Thanks for sharing:) They stood alone on their own just fine.
I've become a big fan of having homemade meatballs in the freezer because they are so handy for quick meals. This is a flavorful change from the usual tomato-based sauces for meatballs. Nice and spicy, I served this over saffron rice.
I agree with OzMan, this is a simple and delicious dish. I made a batch of meatballs(Basic Meatballs) so I used some of the meatballs from that. I also used fresh salsa verde. I did not use the crockpot but the stove top method. I can't wait to try these in the crockpot. I think this makes an excellent appy or dinner. I had these for dinner. Thanks for posting a good one!
I give this 5 *'s for simplicity alone! Threw these in the crockpot and let them cook on low while I made some other things, and the taste is delicious! A very good addition to any football game training table! Thanks! :)