Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Lazy Slob Swedish Meatballs

Because today I AM a lazy slob!!  But, hey!!  I voted!!  Never saw so many candidates for governor in all the years I've been here!!  And by the way, man on motorbike who hasn't taken a shower in a week - next time you come to a primary to vote, you have to declare D or R.  There's no "Independent" in a primary.  It would have helped the 18 people standing behind you if you actually KNEW who you were going to vote for before you waltzed in the door.  (And believe me, standing behind you while you argued with the poll official was PAINFUL!!)

Came home and got these going so I can attend to other stuff - like reading the new Harry Potter book!!!

Lazy Slob Swedish Meatballs 

(also known as "my mother would not approve of these")

Mix this all together:
1 can beef broth no or low sodium (or 1 pt water with 1 T better than boullon low sodium)
1 packet dry onion soup mix (why you want the low sodium!!)
2 T A1 steak sauce
1 can golden mushroom soup (or cream of mushroom) low sodium

Add in a 2 lb bag frozen meatballs (NOT the Italian kind - look for plain or Swedish on the package)
Stir to coat meatballs.

Cook on high 3-5 hours (or low 6-8)

Cook your noodles.

While noodles are cooking, stir 1 cup of sour cream into the meatballs and TURN THE COOKER OFF.  ("Cooked" sour cream curdles very quickly).

Drain the noodles.  Pile them on a platter and top with the meatball mixture.

If you're feeling virtuous, cook another vegetable.  Or not.

(If you use these for a party appetizer, keep the slow cooker on the lowest possible setting to keep the meatballs warm but not curdle the sour cream.)

If you want - you can also add 1 T of Worcestershire to the sauce.  And some dill, if you like the flavor.

Back to Harry........

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