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No-Fuss Meatballs

Rated as 4.59 out of 5 Stars

"You'll be amazed that something so good takes so little time to prepare."
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Original recipe yields 24 servings (2 dozen)


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  1. In a skillet, cook meatballs in soy sauce until heated through.
  2. Combine the chili sauce, jelly and mustard; pour over the meatballs. Cook and stir until jelly is melted and mixture comes to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 1-2 minutes.


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I've had this recipe for a few years.. But I don't add the mustard..I use 2 parts chile sauce to 1 part grape jelly. Then I squeeze in about 1/2 a lemon...cook the sauce for a bit to blend the i...

The sauce for these meatballs is what really set them apart. The sweet and sour compliment one another well. I like to make my meatballs from scratch but pre-made one work just as good...and i...

I added about a half cup of brown sugar and some crushed pineapple. We had a luau themed party. They were fantastic and very easy!

These were great and I have to give it 5 stars because it was easy AND delicious. I was looking for a meatball recipe for a party and just had to try this grape jelly and chilli sauce thing--it ...

I loved the simplicity of this went over really well at a group party. I tripled the recipe and put it in a crock pot on low for the evening. I didn't use the full amount of chili ...

This recipe was really good! I gave it a 4 stars because my husband thought it was a 3 and I thought it was a 5, so I averaged out. The only reason why he thought it was a 3 was because he wis...

This recipe got great reviews at my New Years Party!!

I didn't get a chance to try these, my husband took them to an x-mas party. I made way more because I expected leftovers. There were no leftovers, everyone loved them. I prepared them the nig...

These were very good and easy to make. I bought pre-cooked meatballs and just put everything in a crock pot. Be careful when buying the chili sauce - the first time I made these the sauce I bo...