Combine in crockpot and cook on low 6 to 8 hours. Note: Obtained from Jean Allen (GRDG72B) Prodigy December 29, 1991.
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debojayThis turned out really well! I was a bit skeptical about the grape jelly, but had seen it elsewhere. I have tried to make a smokies' sauce with more..."likely" ingredients and been disappointed. The combo of the chili sauce and the grape jelly is perfect. By the way, for those unfamiliar with it, in this recipe it refers to the bottled chili sauce by Heinz and other ketchup brands, not Tex-Mex or Mex chill sauce. I pepared in stove top and then dumped them into a slow cooker. The smokies disappeared at the party.4y ago
hollirussellThis sounds like a strange combination but it is super tasty. You can also mix this in a saucepan on the stovetop over med. heat for 30-40 minutes. Great for a party.4y ago
claidheamdannsAlways a winner! If you've never made thus before, but you've had it and loved it at parties, trust me -- yes, it must have the grape jelly.6y ago