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Even Your Grandma Would Beg For The Recipe
My mother-in-law makes the best meatballs in the world. At least that’s what I always thought!
I also thought I would never ever make her meatballs for dinner, because my recipes couldn’t even come close to the one she was using. It would be kind of embarrassing to serve her meatballs that were only mediocre, so I figured I wouldn’t even try.
But then I came across this recipe! I made these just for myself and my husband, just to see what they’re like. They turned out so tasty, and so different from any of the meatballs I had tried before, that I decided to make these for dinner when my in-laws were coming over. I was so nervous when my mother-in-law took the first bite! But she loved these as much as I did, and she even asked for the recipe! These sweet and sour meatballs are sure to become your favorite, too.
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Quick Tip: Instead of using a skillet, you could brown the meatballs in the oven for about 2o minutes.