Slow Cooker Porcupine Meatballs


Slow Cooker Porcupine Meatballs

Slow Cooker Porcupine Meatballs

Slow Cooker Porcupine Meatballs are made with ground beef or turkey and instant brown rice. You'll find two ways to make these easy slow cooker meatballs included in this recipe. One uses marinara and the other uses mushroom sauce. Both recipes contain breadcrumbs, milk, salt, and pepper. Plus, they cook in a matter of hours. The slow cooker meatball recipe with mushroom sauce is on the healthier side. No matter which recipe you make, you're bound to love these meatballs.


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I love that you give two different ways to make the porcupines. My mom used to make these when I was a kid and we loved having them. What do you serve yours with? We used to put a side of buttered broccoli or green beans on the side if we did not have fresh salad.

I have a handwritten recipe for porcupine meatballs that my aunt gave me twenty-five years ago. It used ground beef and was an oven dish. It was good, but this version looks healthier and I would prefer to make the meatballs in the slow cooker. I would serve these as a main dish, and skip the pasta for a change.

I just stumbled on this recipe, and was so surprised! My Mom made this when I was a kid. No doubt, I will be trying this soon for my own family. I will use tomato soup instead of that his how my Mom made it. Thanks for this recipe!

Can anyone tell me how many meatballs this yields? It says it serves 5 but how many for each person? Thanks

I would have given this five stars, but the recipe calls for a cup of milk to be added to the meat mixture and this is way entirely too much! But I found out the hard way. I didn't want all of it to go to waste, so I kept adding bread crumbs until the mixture was enough of a consistency to shape into very soft balls. However, they do taste wonderful! But really, someone should change the amount of milk noted in the recipe to 1/2 cup, not 1 cup.

I make a simular dish but use tomato soup instead just as good.. Also you can use ground turkey for a healthier version

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This website does not allow a subscriber to access the recipe for Slow Cooker Porcupine Meatballs. This is not the first time the website has denied access and frustrated my attempts to learn from its resources. I am sorely disappointed.


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