Aunt Barb's Swedish Meat Balls

Aunt Barb's Swedish Meat Balls created by CarrolJ

A strange mix of ingredients but it tastes good.

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  • The 1 lb ground beef is frozen prepackaged Swedish meatballs readily available at your local grocery store.
  • Precook meatballs as per instructions on package.
  • Combine chili sauce, grape jelly, onion, garlic and worcestershire into deep frying pan.
  • Heat and mix until ingredients are blended.
  • Salt and pepper to taste.
  • Add cooked meatballs, partially cover and simmer on low for half an hour or longer, stirring frequently (the longer the better to infuse the flavours into the meatballs).
  • Serve hot or cold.
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"A strange mix of ingredients but it tastes good."
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  1. CarrolJ
    Aunt Barb's Swedish Meat Balls Created by CarrolJ
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  2. CarrolJ
    The scent of these meatballs drove all of us crazy. When I stirred them to take a photo my DGD's and I sneaked a lick. Lucious. We are eating these over steamed rice which gives a sort of sweet and sour taste. I will definitely make these again. They taste nothing like traditional Swedish Meatballs, but are just as tasty! I forgot to mention that I used about 1/2 of the fresh garlic. I don't like a lot of it. The amount tasted perfect for me. Made for PAC Spring 2013.
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  3. jsentjens
    A strange mix of ingredients but it tastes good.
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