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Manhattan Meatballs

Manhattan Meatballs recipe
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Apricot preserves and BBQ sauce give these meatballs a unique flavor. They create a tangy twist on the typical sauce made with grape jelly.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
45 min
servings
total:
Makes 8 servings, seven meatballs each.
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posted:
7/27/2013
This was so easy to make. The sauce was yummy enough to ladle onto my rice. My family enjoyed this.
posted:
2/11/2013
Husband LOOVED it! It took a little time browning before baking,but well worth it.
posted:
12/31/2012
I made the sauce (apricot preserves + bbq sauce) and used Lil Smokies sausages instead of meatballs. Received rave reviews from my New Year's Eve guests!
posted:
8/20/2009
I used this recipe only to make the meatballs for another recipe I didn't make the sauce.
posted:
1/25/2009
Made this for New Years Day party - it was okay - a little blah....
posted:
12/4/2008
Time consuming, but excellent. You have to adjust the sauce amount for taste, less apricots if too sweet...Also, I had to make extra sauce to cover the meatballs. Works great with frozen meatbals for a quick recipe.
posted:
11/5/2008
This recipe was good, however, definitely a little too sweet. The meatballs were a lot of work, but were very tasty! I also doubled the sauce, because the amount in the recipe doesnt even cover the meatballs up. I would make again, but its not my absolute favorite. I am still in search of an even better recipe for meatballs!
posted:
11/3/2008
I made this recipe for an adult halloween party. I made it ahead and then heated it up right before guests arrived. By the time I got a moment to try them, they were gone. All the guests raved about them. A perfect balance of sweet and bbq, and easy to boot! Will definitly make again!
posted:
9/27/2008
This was a very good recipe. A little too sweet for our taste but definitely interesting. I'm also pleased there was no frying involved. My main complaint is how time consuming this was to prepare.
posted:
9/16/2008
I made it for my husband's 50th birthday. Everyone likeed the meatballs. I added 1 chopped onion so it was not to sweet and used frozen ground turkey meatballs This was VERY EASY to do
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