Meatloaf and meatballs have always been a favorite in my family. It’s Super Bowl Sunday and I want easy finger foods, as well as a meal for later in the week. I decided to make a large batch of meatloaf, and turn the rest of the meatloaf mixture into meatballs.You can also make an extra-large batch of meatballs for a huge gathering. This recipe is super easy, and is also great for parties, gatherings, and sports events such as the Super Bowl. It is a very versatile recipe. You can do many different things, such as meatball subs, meatball sliders, lasagna, meatloaf, wedding soup, and pasta with meatballs. I look forward to reading all your comments!
Things you need:
8×8 pan or a loaf pan
4-5 pounds of hamburger
2 portabella mushrooms chopped (You can also use any type of mushrooms.)
8 oz Thai chili sauce
¼ cup of bread crumbs
½ cup old fashioned oats
2 cloves of garlic chopped
2 green onions chopped
1 colored pepper chopped
1/8 cup of Banana peppers chopped
Dash of banana pepper juice
Italian seasoning (optional)
2 jars of chili sauce
1 jar of currant jelly (melted)
- Using your mixing bowl, add in hamburger, mushrooms, eggs, Thai chili sauce, bread crumbs, old fashioned oats, banana peppers, and banana pepper juice.
- Next, take your frying pan and add the chopped garlic, green onion, and colored pepper and sauté them.
- Add into meat mixture, and mix well.
- Split the mixture in half.
- If you want to make meatloaf out of half the mixture, add half of it to 8×8 or loaf pan. Put in refrigerator or freeze for later in the week Bake at 375* for one hour.
- With the other half, roll into balls and place on baking sheet lined with aluminum foil.
- Bake meatballs for 20 minutes at 350*.
- Next, take your crock pot, and dump chili sauce and stir in melted currant jelly.
- Place meatballs in crock pot and let cook throughout the day.
Happy Super Bowl!🏈
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