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WOW!!!!! I had some turkey kielbasa on hand and decided to make a main dish meal instead of an appetizer. I followed all the directions to a T. I wasn't sure if my wife would like it but she was very impressed. So much so she asked me to make it again tonight and serve it over rice. Tonight I served it with tater tots and homemade coleslaw. Thank you!!! We will have this again!!
I make this all the time for gatherings, using pre-made meatballs. Just brown the meatballs in the oven and add to the crockpot. Trust me, there will be none left.
I reviewed this even though I didnt make it back when I was a "newbie" and didnt know better..removing my stars..but this is still a good recipe!
My 12 year old daughter made these and they were just great.....I used regular hot dogs and just cut them up but next time we are going to buy the bite size dogs....Thanks for sharing this recipe :) Easy, Good, Fast !
My sister-in-law makes this with kielbasa in a crock pot and brings it to cookouts and family functions and it goes fast. We'll have to try it with hot dogs. You could probably use the cocktail weiners instead of full sized hot dogs cut up.
I loved this. My wife and I went to a party and wanted to bring this so we made a lot of the sauce (6 cans worth of chili sauce and 1 jar of jelly). We put in hot dogs and homemade meatballs to have a little variety and everyone loved it. This is easy and good and has a little sweet twang to it. Yum!
I make this all the time with homemade meatballs, and they go soo fast when I bring them to a party. Someone always asks for the recipe.....I have also seen them made with ketchup & grape jelly for the sauce, so if you don't have Chili sauce you can still so it!! Yum!! Oh.....and they also freeze really well, my nephew doesn't like meat but he LOVES THESE.
Serve this with a side of insulin. How did this win an award?? I followed the instructions to the letter and wound up with a crock of sickeningly sweet hot dog bites. Even my dogs refused to taste them until I washed off the gloopy chili/grape concoction. ewwwwww....
Quick and easy. A good dish to let the little chefs make and let them feel like they are really contributing. I tried them with the grape jelly and also did a batch with apricot jelly. Both turned out very well. I used beef franks this time but think I'll try chicken franks the next time both to reduce the fat contribution and to keep the meat taste from trying to compete with the flavor of the sauce. A good dish.