Sweet and Sour Meatballs in the crock pot

Sweet And Sour Meatballs In The Crock Pot Recipe

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Shonna Muscott


My family likes wikiki meatballs so much I decide to alter afew things and make a crock pot meal


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30 Min
6 Hr 15 Min


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1 lb
ground turkey
1 c
bread crumbs
1 egg
slightly beaten
1/2 c
grap jelly
1 tsp
soy sauce, low sodium
1/2 c
3/4 c
1/2 c
br sugar
4 Tbsp
1 1/2 c
chicken broth
1 tsp
ground ginger and salt and pepper
1 can(s)
pineapple, chunks
1 c
all green, red yellow, orange bell peppers
2 c
cooked white rice

How to Make Sweet and Sour Meatballs in the crock pot


  • 1mix ground turkey, egg, bread crumbs, jelly and soy sauce and shape into meatballs heat pan with a splash of olive oil and just brown place in crockpot
  • 2mix remaining ingredients ecxcept pineapples and peppers and rice. Use the juice of teh pineapple can into the sauce after mixed well pour over meatballs in crockpot.
  • 3Cook on low for 6 hours add pineapples, peppers and if sauce isn't thick add more corn starch or Wondra. cook rice turn off crockpot after rice is cooked and plate and enjoy

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Course/Dish: Turkey
Hashtags: #pot, #crock, #Meal

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