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Thread: Best Lit'l Smokies a fantasic appetizer for "Superbowl"

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    Best Lit'l Smokies a fantasic appetizer for "Superbowl"

    These have to be the easiest appetizer ever. Only 3 ingredients. No prep time.
    2 pkgs Hillshire Farms beef lit'l smokies drained
    1 bottle chili sauce 10 oz.
    1 jar grape jelly 10-16 oz.
    Place everything in the crock pot and heat for about 3 hours until sauce is blended and smokies are hot.
    I know it sounds like an odd combination, but trust me, they are great. If you are serving a crowd, you may want to double the recipe. They go fast! Peggy

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    I bet Its great!! I do one very much like this with: 1 sm- jar grape jelly, 1 can-chilli No beans, 1 bag pre made meat balls, simmer till hot serve same as in your recipe.

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    My sister made meatballs with one jar of chili sauce and one big can of peaches, chop peaches fine or whip them up in the food processor and cook till broke down.

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    Have done these with barbque sauce instead of chili sauce and they are great that way too.

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    Thanks for sharing ..... always looking for tried and true recipes.
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    I love these!! MMMMM....

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    I also do the one with Bar-b-Que sauce but I sure want to try the meatballs with peaches. Thanks for the ideas!

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    This is great with meatballs, too. A real hit !!

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    I do one with cranberry sauce and dijon mustard.

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    This is a great recipe!
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    I put my smokies in the crock pot and top them with a jar of Catalina salad dressing.
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    replace the chili sauce with salsa!

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    My Mom used to slice up kielbasi, sautee it and put the chili sauce and grape jelly on it and let it simmer for a while.
    A real crowd pleaser! Is a Lit'l Smokie a hot dog? Never heard of them before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pal View Post
    A real crowd pleaser! Is a Lit'l Smokie a hot dog? Never heard of them before.
    Yes, they are little mini cocktail weinies made by Hillshire Farms.
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    I love them too. We make our own sauce - 1 cup ketchup, 1/2 cup brown sugar, 1/4 cup cider vinegar...delish!

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    One great sounding reciepe, and so many more to boot! This was sure worth a look!

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    We have been using this recipe for 35 years...for my son's wedding I made the sauce with little meatballs....everyone loves it...
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    I make them with red currant jelly.
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    Great for game day!
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    All I can say is Yummmmy.

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    you can use the same combination with meatballs you but or make yourself! especially good with venison meatballs
    if you are going to do it - do it right!!!

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    here's one with a bit of effort-

    take a 1lb. of bacon, cut in half. take each half slice of bacon and wrap it around a little smokie. Place on a foil lined pan. Sprinkle brown sugar over them. bake at 350 degrees until bacon is crispy.

    You will not be able to eat just one!

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    Got to try this one!
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    Trying them tomorrow, have a group of friends coming over.

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    Oh yea! Gotta try this one!
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