Recipe by Inspired by Home Cooks
"Beef meatballs, carrot, onion and pineapple pieces simmered in a sweet and sour sauce."
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ground black pepper
distilled white vinegar
SPLENDA® No Calorie Sweetener, Granulated
fresh pineapple, cut into pieces
green bell pepper, cut into thin strips
carrot, thinly sliced
onion, cut into wedges and separated
I usually hate when ppeople change recipes and then rate them, but I had to make changes for what I had on hand. I used brown sugar instead of Splenda and canned pineapple chunks. Very good served over rice.
great recipe. try it with worsteshire sauce for the sauce it gives it a nice kick!
I made these tonight and my family enjoyed them. The sauce is simple and delicious. I added a pinch oregano spice to the mix.
This has become one of my favorite recipes. I love it! I've tried making it with chicken, but it just tastes better with meatballs.
Wonderful !!!! I made extra sauce, did 2x recipe and my family loved it . Great over white rice. Quick easy recipe . :)
what can i say sweet & sour
Very good recipe - my family enjoyed this dish for a change from our usual. I think we will adjust the sauce next time for our personal tastes but the sauce is good as is - very flavourful and excellent with the meatballs. Thanks!
Love this recipe! Make it all the time and usually there are leftovers!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sweet and Sour Meatballs
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 136
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