Delicious Jack Daniels Grape Jelly Meatball Sauce
These grape jelly meatballs are a wonderful appetizer and they are straightforward to prepare too. When making meatballs grape jelly might not be the first ingredient that you think of using. It does, however, go very nicely in this grape jelly meatball recipe and the sweet fruity flavor goes wonderfully with the rich, meaty taste.
A1 sauce, Jack Daniels, garlic, onion, egg and more are combined for these flavorful and easy party appetizers. This is a good appetizer for a sit down dinner, rather than a buffet, because the meatballs are warm and sticky and will need to be eaten with a fork. If you do want to serve them at a buffet though, you can put a toothpick into each one so people can pick them up easily and make sure there are napkins not too far away.
If you are having fish, chicken, or something else for your main course, these meatballs make an attractive and tasty appetizer. Serve everyone a couple of meatballs and they are sure to remark on how delicious and unique they taste, and nobody will be able to identify all the ingredients in them! They are quite filling so two or three is sufficient for an appetizer.
- 1 lb Italian sausage
- 1 egg
- 2 tablespoons A1 sauce
- 4 lbs ground chuck steak
- 1 ½ packages dry onion soup mix
- 2 tablespoons canola oil
- 1 bottle Heinz 57 sauce
- ½ jar grape jelly
- ¾ cup milk
- 2 slices bread
- ½ shot Jack Daniels
- ½ cup flour
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- 1 teaspoon seasoning salt
- Combine the sausage, chuck, whisky, and A1 sauce and onion soup mix in a bowl.
- Crumble the bread and add the breadcrumbs, then mix with your hands until well combined. Add the milk and egg and mix again.
- Sprinkle in the onion powder, garlic, and salt and keep mixing.
- Shape the mixture into meatballs.
- Put the flour in a shallow bowl and roll the meatballs in it.
- Brown them in the oil in a skillet over a medium heat for 12 minutes or until cooked, then drain them on a paper towel.
- Put the jelly in a pan over a low heat, stirring occasionally.
- Add the Heinz 57 sauce and heat gently.
- Add the meatballs and stir to coat.
You can see how tempting these meatballs look as well as their luscious sauce. Meatballs make a nice appetizer because they are meaty enough to be filling and satisfying, yet small enough not to fill your guests up too much. This recipe is very simple. You just need to combine the ingredients and cook the meatballs until they are done. In the photo they are served with a salad, and if you wish to make such a salad just grate carrot and red cabbage and serve over mixed salad leaves. If you are offering these as finger food, just offer them as they are with a toothpick to pick them up.
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