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I make this all the time. The kids love it and its something different to make with ground beef.
Delicious! Made double batch to bring to church pot luck! Not one meatball left. After making the sweet and sour sauce, I mixed everything into a crockpot and it simmered for about an hour or more before we ate. Will make this one again. Thanks for the recipe.
IF you are looking for Sweet and Sour meatballs look no more!!! I only made the sauce and poured it over frozen chicken pineapple meatballs and popped them in the oven OMG were the GOOD!! I am sure you could use any premade meatball for a shortcut. thanks Lee-Ann
My family really enjoys this recipe. I love how easy it is and that I generally have all the ingredients on hand. Its a quick and easy recipe and makes great leftovers too.
Taste was awesome! Even my boys liked it. I'll have to adjust it so that it makes more sauce next time, though. (I used a larger can of pineapple, but still ran short of sauce) I used some frozen meatballs that I had; this recipe cooked up quick & was very easy.
Thanks for the good recipe, we liked it a lot (no leftovers!) It was a good taste and had lots of sauce to serve and enjoy with the rice. Didn't have any crumbs so I used a tiny bit of oat bran and wheat germ. Added a bit of Worchestershire to the meat just because I am in the habit. Very good.
Lee-Ann, What a delicate texture the cracker crumbs gave to the meatballs. I used salt instead of soy and it was fine. Lastly, served the meatballs over a bed of brown rice. Excellent recipe & thanks for posting. Barb (This was great because of variety of allergies,I am not allowed any bread or soy.)