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St. Patricks Day Teriyaki Meatballs

The company I used to work for liked pot luck lunches for holiday celebrations. One year we had a St. Patricks Day pot luck and prizes were given for the best green food in different categories. I did not feel like cooking anything complicated so I just threw together some meatballs and teriyaki sauce and brought it to the pot luck. Everyone liked it so much they invented a new category - Best Non-Green Food - so this could win first prize.

Ingredients

 1 Bag Frozen Meatballs (the small bite-sized kind)
 1 Bottle Teriyaki Sauce

Directions

Empty bag of frozen meatballs into a Crock-Pot™ or slow cooker. Pour in a bottle of Teriyaki sauce to mostly cover the meatballs. Heat until meatballs are fully cooked. Serve with fresh or steamed vegetables over rice for a complete meal.

Since this is such a simple recipe, it is easy to make a lot or a little as needed. The important part is that the meatballs cook in the sauce until they absorb the flavor. You can pre-cook a small number of meatballs (no more than a dozen at the same time) in the microwave and then just simmer them in the sauce for a quicker dinner. The Costco Kirkland™ brand of frozen meatballs is my favorite for this recipe although I have found some nice frozen meatballs in smaller, more RV friendly packages in grocery stores.


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