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Message Subject Whats for dinner?? Post your recipes here or come search for one. UPDATED DAILY
Poster Handle Nine's
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Corned beef..marinated at home
boiled with potatoes, cabbage, onions and carrots,
roasted beets on the side (peel, cut into 1 inch chunks, toss with a little coconut oil, sprinkle with a bit of sea salt and roast at 375 til they begin to carmelize a little and are fork tender)

Leftovers make OSM red flannel hash for brekky!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7694243


That sounds really good. Don't know why, but it reminded me of a recipe that sounds hideous but is pretty good.

It's little packs of those mini smoked sausage. Put them in a crock pot and pour bbq sauce and grape jelly over it and let it cook.

My son told me about it. Some of the guys make it at New Years and Super Bowl time. He told me a couple bottles of bbq sauce and a jar of grape jelly.

When I tried it, there was a disgusting sheen of thick oil floating on the top. No way was it edible. So I drained it off and re did it. This time it was excellent.

So, from modifying, here's how I'd do it:
2 or 3 packs of smoked mini sausage
1 jar grape jelly
2 bottles bbq sauce

Mix a bottle of bbq sauce with half a jar of grape jelly. Pour over sausage in crockpot. Cook on low. When most of the grease is removed from the sausage and rises to the top, drain off sauce. Add another bottle of bbq sauce mixed with the remaining jelly. Can simmer on slow for a long time. Use a slotted spoon to remove sausage. Good on a toothpick with an olive and/or cube of cheese.
 Quoting: Nine's


Grape jelly is the answer! I add it to my stew just so I can eat it. You can also make a good marinade with grape jelly and onion soup mix.
 Quoting: Southern OR


I have also had grape jelly and chili sauce, or cranberry sauce and chili sauce for either the sausages or meatballs, or even a pot roast. I am not much of a fan of it, but it is popular at parties!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 7694243


Wow. Learn something new every day. Thanks for that info. Oh, parties. That's probably why I wasn't familiar with it.
lol
 
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