Cody Said:Does anyone have these crock pot appetizer recipes?
We Answered:Grape Jelly Meatballs
1 1/2 cups chili sauce
1 cup grape jelly (can use currant jelly)
1 to 3 teaspoons Dijon mustard
1 pound lean ground beef
1 egg, lightly beaten
3 tablespoons fine dry bread crumbs
1/2 teaspoon salt
Combine chili sauce, grape jelly, and mustard in Crock Pot and stir well. Cook, covered, on high while preparing meatballs to bake.
Combine remaining meatball ingredients and mix thoroughly. Shape into 30 meatballs. Bake meatballs in a preheated 400 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes; drain well.
Add meatballs to sauce, stir to coat, cover and cook on LOW for 5 to 7 hours.
2 packages (1 lb. ea) all beef hot dogs, sliced in half
1 pound bacon, sliced in half
Wrap each hot dog half with bacon strip. Fasten with toothpick. Layer in crock pot, sprinkling each layer with a thin layer of brown sugar. Repeat layers until hot dogs run out.
Cook on low for 2-3 hours, stirring gently with wooden spoon every 30 minutes.
Courtney Said:Does anyone have a canning recipe for hot peppers & wieners?
We Answered:If you don't have a pressure canner then I would boil the jars in a water bath for about 30 minutes to insure they will seal.
Deborah Said:What is a recipe for cocktail wieners in bbq sauce?
We Answered:This is a tough one... but here goes:
1. Buy a package of cocktail wieners and a bottle of bbq sauce.
2. Open the wieners and the bbq sauce.
3. Pour the bbq sauce into a pan.
4. Dump the wieners into the pan.
5. Turn the burner to low.
6. Stir the wieners into the bbq sauce.
7. When heated, pour the wieners and the bbq sauce into a serving dish.
8. Put a plate with toothpicks next to the serving dish.
Phewww!! That was a lot of work.
Darrell Said:Good recipe for leftover cocktail wieners in bbq sauce?
We Answered:Take out of the sauce,
add the sauce back
viola - a kind of sloppy joe, serve on buns or bread.
Take out of the sauce, grind up & use in this recipe:
BBQ beef cups
1 pound ground beef
1 1/2 cups BBQ sauce or sloppy joe sauce (about a whole 18oz container of kraft bbq sauce)
1 pkg refrigerated grands biscuits
1 cup cheddar cheese
Brown & drain beef. Add sauce and stir well. Press each biscuit into a muffin tin to forms crusts. fill each crust with beef mixture. bake in oven per the directions on the biscuit package. Sprinkle cheese on them for the last 5 minutes.
Leftover pulled pork BBQ
Throw into a cornbread mix. (chopped or ground up) Can even thin a bbq sauce w/ melted butter to serve over it.
Pulled Pork poppers
Pulled pork wrapped in some sort of dough (try wrapping in flattened biscuits or in crescent rolls) and then fried.
Grind up and stuff into peppers, (add cooked rice & some cheese, maybe a little bread crumbs and pepper)
cook & serve
grind up & mix with the hollowed out portion of the zucchini (need to pre boil your zucchini first), adding some cooked rice, cheese, bread crumbs, garlic..ETC
warm up & serve
Do the same with previously boiled cabbage leaves.
Nora Said:Is this Bailout plan a recipe for disaster?
We Answered:Washington has been stiffing the taxpayers for many years now.
Our national debt is over 10 Trillion dollars and rapidly growing while many of our citizens can't even afford to pay their heat bills.
Stop for a moment and think! How much is 10 Trillion dollars divided by the number of Americans? That's your share of the national debt which is growing fast.
700 Billion will add another $2300 to your share of it. Foreigners own about 1/4 of it. They don't have to conquer us. In a few more years they'll be able to foreclose.
Julio Said:Corn Dogs: How are these made? I've got wieners & skewers to stick dogs with, but I need to know how ?
We Answered:I use corn bread batter.. the same as corn bread.. however, if you want to make it sweeter like regular corn dogs, use sweetened condensed milk instead of regular milk with just a splash of regular milk.. ((i use the jiffy kind))
Hector Said:Germans,is there such a recipe with cabbage and wieners?
We Answered:I am a former chef and you can make the same recipe the one lady stated with a head of white cabbage, and then after it has cooked down and your 30-45 minutes from serving, add your weiners/frankfurters/hot dogs.
I cook my onions and bacon brown, add some garlic, caraway and a bay leaves, a bit of vinegar, and stock, then the head of either shredded or chopped cabbage stir it around, put a lid on a turn down the heat and let it cook slowly, it takes 1-2 hours even in a crockpot is a good idea, then as you getting ready for service, I brown my german style weiners (ones with a bit of spice and natural casings), I lightly brown them add them to the cabbage, it is best to sort of manoever them into it.
Let them heat through for at least 20 minutes, and I serve it family style on a big platter or on a plate, a side of home fried potatos or even Potato salad is nice, for the broth you can add beer or wine.