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This recipe is a keeper, for sure. I may try baking them next time, just because frying really isn't our thing, but they were delicious. Thank you!

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Meghan at Food.com September 29, 2014

Hubby and I both really liked these meatballs. I can never really get very many comments from him on all the different dishes I make, but he did say these are good. They really have an unusual flavor, not too sweet and not too spicy. Easy too.

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True Texas October 15, 2007

Kirby these meatballs were delicious. We really enjoyed the beautiful flavor that the grape jelly imparted to the dish. I used Welchs grape jam, a chunky sweet chili sauce and added some hot Habanero sauce to it also for a little heat. What a lovely treat this was. The meatballs were perfectly cooked, tender and juicy and the tasty glaze covered the meatballs beautifully. This is a dish that I will make again and again...I served mine over steamed coconut rice...Thanks so much for sharing a new family favourite. Kudos....bk

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Baby Kato September 27, 2007

I love the Feed Me Bubbe podcast! She's like the grandmother I never had (mine was very glamorous and couldn't cook at all). Grape jelly doesn't really exist in Israel except as a very expensive import, so I used apricot jam. I did spring for the Heinz chili sauce import, though. Delicious, even my picky picky daughters were licking their fingers. I served this over couscous for lunch yesterday and it was a hit. Thanks!

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Mirj August 05, 2007
Sweet & Sour Meatballs