Sweet and Sour Meatballs over Rice

July 30, 2009

(I used a nice pre-made meatball for this recipe.)

10 Meatballs
1 Package of Uncle Ben's Whole Grain Brown Rice (Microwave Pack)
1 Sliced Green Pepper
1/2 an Onion - cut into medium strips

1 small can Crushed Pineapple w/ juice
1/2 c. Pineapple Tidbits
1/2 c. Grape Jelly
1/2 c. Ketchup
Dash of Hot Sauce
1/4 c. Soy Sauce
Dash of Nutmeg and Allspice

  • Mix your sauce and warm over med-low heat.  
  • Add the meatballs to the sauce, cover and marinate for 20 minutes.  
  • Saute the peppers and onions.
  • Microwave the Whole Grain Brown Rice (Per Package Instructions)
  • Serve by layering the rice with the peppers and onions and top with meatballs and sauce.

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  1. thank you for stopping by my site and commenting on my SITS video, oh, and , most importantly, for calling me "sassy" :D

  2. This sounds like a nice recipe and I think the meatballs I would use would be made with pork mince as it will go nicely with the sweet and sour sauce.

    I have never used grape jelly in the sauce so I will try that.

  3. I love sweet and sour but my hubby hates it so I never make it.

  4. Oh This is just so lovely. I love meatballs. Ugh I cannot wait to cook it myself.


  5. Stopping by from SITS.
    Nice blog and ideas!

  6. Visiting from SITS!

    Happy Monday! This recipe looks fabulous and sounds great. I love sweet and sour sauces.

    Thanks for sharing.


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