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R/T's Jack Daniels Orange Meatballs

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This is a variant of a recipe someone gave me a long time ago. It's been completely re-vamped and the base flavor changes completely.


Ingredients

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Meatballs:
1.5 lb Lean ground beef
1 Egg
1 cup White Bread or Sourdough Bread Center
0.25 cup Minced Onion; (Fresh or Re-hydrated)
0.25 cup Grated Romano Cheese
2 tbs Granulated Garlic
1 tbs Coarse Ground Black Pepper
1 tbs Parsley
0.5 tbs Salt
Orange JD Sauce:
18 oz Orange Marmalade
0.5 cup Spicy Coarse Ground Brown Mustard
0.5 cup Jack-Daniels Whiskey
0.25 cup Brown Sugar
0.5 tsp Crushed Red Pepper Flakes
0.25 tsp Onion Powder
0.25 tsp Cayenne Pepper
0.25 tsp Da-Bomb or 100% Pain Hot Sauce
1 large Orange; (1/2 zest available)

Original recipe makes 6

Servings  

Preparation

Meatballs:

1. Combine all ingredients in bowl and mix well.

2. Pre-heat Olive oil in fry-pan.

3. Chill meatball mixture for 15 min in freezer.

4. Roll meatballs into 1" balls. (wet hands, cold meat)

5. Brown meatballs leaving interior pink (not quite cooked through).

Sauce:

1. Combine all sauce ingredients in saucepan and simmer.

Cooking Instructions:

1. Add meatballs to sauce and simmer for 2 hours.

2. Simmer till the meatballs are cooked inside and sauce thickens (at least 1/2 hour.)

3. Transfer to slow cooker on warm for serving.

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I like these for their sweet/hot flavor. You can adjust the hot simply with more or less hot sauce. The hot sauces chosen do not add a lot of their own flavor, they add a sort of 'hot from nowhere' to the dish. [I posted this recipe.]
rattletrap1970 5 years ago
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