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Laura’s Smokies

by Laura
I hope everyone had an enjoyable Christmas. I’ve had a couple of crazy days. We’ve been hit with snow the past two days. It’s the most snow we have seen in the 12 years that we have lived in our home. The next few days I’ll share some recipes I made for Christmas Eve. With New Years now approaching, this recipes may come in handy for a New Years Eve party. Today’s recipe is something my kids love and expect every year when Christmas rolls around. It’s so simple. It couldn’t get much easier than this and you get to use your crock pot. Now I am very particular about the type of smokies I use. I don’t like the Hillshire Farm smokies, I prefer the John Morrell brand. I also use the Yoshida’s Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Sauce. My local Sam’s Club has large bottles for a good price. However, it’s a seasonal item and will be gone soon.

Laura’s Smokies
Smokies (cocktail sausages)
Yoshida’s Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Sauce
Put smokies into your crock pot. Put enough sauce in there to cover and coat those little smokies and cook on low for 4 hours.

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2 comments

Robin December 30, 2008 - 2:13 pm

We love lil smokies at our house for the Super Bowl. I have a simple recipe that I received from my Jr. High Teacher who later became my relative when I married my husband.
You use Red Currant Jelly and Mustard. You just eye it and put about 3 tbsp of Jelly in a sauce pan and then squeeze some mustard in too and just heat til boiling (barely) and then put in the smokies and heat them through and serve, they are wonderful. I live in Utah too and I love reading your blog.
Robin

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Robin December 30, 2008 - 2:13 pm

We love lil smokies at our house for the Super Bowl. I have a simple recipe that I received from my Jr. High Teacher who later became my relative when I married my husband.
You use Red Currant Jelly and Mustard. You just eye it and put about 3 tbsp of Jelly in a sauce pan and then squeeze some mustard in too and just heat til boiling (barely) and then put in the smokies and heat them through and serve, they are wonderful. I live in Utah too and I love reading your blog.
Robin

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