Tuesday, December 27, 2011

*Slow Cooker Scrumptiousness* Hawaiian Meatballs

Although I've been suffering with my stomach issues, I don't think that Hubby has to
So, while I've been making and eating mostly soup
I came up with this creation, inspired by the recipe from Hunts
For an easy peasey way to put a smile on Hub's meatball loving face.


*Slow Cooker Scrumptiousness* 
Hawaiian Meatballs

Ingredients
2 green bell peppers
1 red bell pepper
1 onion
1 can crushed pineapple in juice
1 bottle original barbecue sauce
1 bottle of Caribbean jerk marinade
1 1/2 cups water
1 bag frozen meatballs
White or brown rice


First, chop up the bell peppers and onion into bite sized pieces.

Pour enough barbecue sauce in the bottom of the pot to just cover it

Toss in the bell peppers and onion


Then the meatballs


Pour the pineapple and all of its yummy juices over the top


Add the remainder of the bbq sauce, the teryaki sauce and the water on top and mix so everything is coated


Turn to low and cook for 7-9 hours.


Serve over white or brown rice
And be prepared for a serious luau in your living room!



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*Slow Cooker Scrumptiousness* Hawaiian Meatballs

Ingredients
2 green bell peppers
1 red bell pepper1 can crushed pineapple in juice
1 bottle original barbecue sauce
1 bottle of some type of Hawaiian teryaki sauce
1/2 cup water
1 bag frozen meatballs
White or brown rice

Chop up the bell peppers into bite sized pieces.

Pour enough barbecue sauce in the bottom of the pot to just cover it.  Add the meatballs and bell peppers.  Pour the pineapples and juice over the top.  Pour the remainder of the bbq sauce, the teryaki sauce and the water on top and mix so everything is coated.  

Turn to low and cook for 7-9 hours.


Come back and stir it up one more time so everything is coated.  Serve over white or brown rice.



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4 comments:

  1. wait a second... you CAME up with this?! YUM!! I hope you feel better soon!

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  2. Oh my stars, these look AMAZING!!!

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  3. That looks awesome! I feel your dilemma: I can't eat red meat anymore, but Husband loves a good juicy steak, so I try to keep an eye on them when they go on sale, so he can have a steak while I have chicken or a pork chop.

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