If you are using an Instant Pot, cook on high for 7 minutes. If too lean, the meatballs won't be as juicy and flavorful. Because everyone will think you are pretty awesome when you show up with these Crock Pot Pork Meatballs in Chili Apricot Sauce. Your purchase helps support this blog, at no additional cost to you, and allows me to continue to bring you delicious recipes. If you don't have a cooling rack, oil the foil and arrange the meatballs on the foil. I really like the unexpected flavors in these meatballs.
A: Yes, but be sure to store it properly and reheat all the way through before using it in another recipe. Some may say sour, but I like the word tangy better. Whichever you find in the store will work. Just take me to the Tangy Sweet Crockpot Meatballs Recipe Already! First of all, bone-in chops tend to be a little cheaper than their boneless counterparts. Delicious served with a side salad and some veggies! Put everything in the slow cooker and cook on low for 2 to 4 hours, or until the meatballs are hot.
For the sausage, I used Jimmy Dean Country Mild, and it gave the meatballs excellent flavor. She's a geek, cat lady, designer and editor by day, and noob chef by night. The first time we devoured them for dinner with rice — Ah-mazing. When you get to your destination, plug the crock pot in, set it on low, and serve! We usually make it with the Heinz Chili Sauce as others have mentioned. What is it about meatballs that we love? Bake for 30 minutes and then transfer them to the crock pot.
Some will be staying with us which is awesome, but the kicker is that we never really know when they will be pulling into town. So many variations you can make here. Crockpot Meatballs and Sauce Can I tell you how awesome this sauce is? My crockpot is my weapon of choice in this situation. I love the sauce for the so that was my inspiration for these chops! Season both sides of each of the pork chops with garlic powder and gently rub it in. Made in the crockpot, slow cooker, or instant pot, they are a delicious appetizer! Serve with a side salad and maybe some steamed and roasted veggies. Make it low carb or totally embrace a little sugar. I saved mine in the freezer for use later on chicken, pork, meatloaf, and chicken wings.
Just be sure to reheat it thoroughly before using again. And I love your comment about loving my recipes! Finally, I decided to go ahead and get this recipe into my site collection because maybe at least one of you out there will appreciate the simple suggestion of using apricot preserves instead? Plus, more times than not, I can get the bone-in pork chops on sale. Thank you for helping make this day so very special. Heat 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil in the skillet over medium heat. Plus, drinks — lotsa fizzy drinks to make the lulls in poor hosting easier.
The meatballs contain a combination of ground beef and pork or sausage. Or whatever less embarrassing way you might go about it, just make sure you sign up. Preheat the oven to 350 F. Just grab a bottle of Russian, Catalina, or French dressing. Mix together only three ingredients then set your slow cooker on low. The spices make the ingredient list seem somewhat lengthy, but they just take seconds to throw in and take these meatballs all the way to the end zone; smother them in Honey Buffalo Sauce and you have a touchdown.
Serve with toothpicks or mini forks. A: You can use orange marmalade but it would be as tangy as with the apricot. Go to any potluck or party and if there is a Crock Pot of meatballs sitting out, you will usually find a group of folks standing around eating them as they talk. Heat on High until warmed through, then set to Keep Warm until your guests are ready to enjoy them. So much in fact, that you will have some leftover! We had them with rice and salad with homemade ranch dressing and carrot sticks. Speaking of sauce, this recipe makes a lot of it.
Maybe a little chili powder, ground cumin, cinnamon or onion powder? Either way, these irresistible Honey Buffalo Meatballs will have you licking your lips, and strongly tempted to lick the slow cooker itself. Everyone loves these, and they really are effortless to make. I've always been a big fan but these recipes blew this party out of the park! Cranberry is really good as is orange marmalade, pineapple or peach or apricot preserves… Sometimes a splash of bourbon is good, too! Cook on low for 2 hours. They draw us into their meaty goodness. I would rather use a store-bought dressing and spend time with my family than spending all day in the kitchen to make one recipe, only to do it all over again tomorrow. I have tried it with the cranberry sauce and, although I usually love cranberries, did not care for that strong taste coming through in the cooked meatballs.
The meatballs can be used in just about any recipe calling for meatballs. Even though our team lost I love the prepared meatballs from don't know if I should say. The perfect combination of sweet and tangy. Then I saw this — yum, apricot preserves!! You all know the usual grape jelly + chili sauce + meatballs recipe, right? It just adds a nice, lightly sweet background flavor and gives a nice consistency to the sauce. Pour the sauce over the meatballs and set the slow cooker on low for serving.