Crockpot Mango Meatballs

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2 lbs of ground turkey

1 bundles of green onions, diced

1 t minced dried garlic

1/2 t sea salt

1 bottle of mango coconut pepper sauce*

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Add onions and spices to turkey.  Form into 30 balls.  Brown in a bit of oil.  Set crock pot to high to get the surface hot. Turn temp to low.  Place half the balls into crockpot and pour half the sauce on top.  Repeat.  

Cook for two hours,  Stir after one hour and move the lid sideways for the last hour.

Garnish with cilantro. Serve with your favorite rice dish.  I make a white rice with peppers and onions to add more veggies to the meal…which I will post soon.

 

  • The mango sauce I use is the mango coconut pepper sauce in a bottle made by the Tropical Pepper Co,  but any sauce can be substituted.  I particularly like this one because it is slightly piquant and slightly sweet.


 

Mango Jam

3 cups mashed mangos, 24 oz 

1 ½  c sugar

½ cup water

1 box pectin

          

Thaw and drain well if using frozen mangos.   Stir sugar into prepared fruit.  Mix well.

Combine 1 box  Sure-Jell Premium Fruit Pectin and ½ cup water in small sauce pan. (Pectin may start out lumpy).   Bring to boil, stirring constantly for one minute. Remove from heat.  Stir pectin into fruit.  

Pour into prepared containers, leaving ½ inch at top for expansion during freezing.   Cover with lids.

Let stand at room temperature 24 hours until set.  Refrigerate up to 3 weeks. Otherwise, store in freezer up to a year. Thaw in refrigerator.  Makes four cups.

 

Tonia’s Mango Cobbler

CRUST:
1 stick soft butter & 1 c sugar 
2 egg whites, 2 t vanilla, 1 t cinnamon
1 c flour, 1 c instant oats,

Mix butter and sugar, stirring well.  Add whites, vanilla and cinnamon.  Stir in flour and oats. 


FRUIT:
3  1- lb bags frozen mango chunks (thawed)
2 T lemon juice
2 T cornstarch
4 T sugar


Stir the fruit ingredients together and pour into a buttered  9×12 glass pan.  Dot the fruit with batter.   Bake at 400 for 30 minutes.   Serve with ice cream or whipped cream. 

~ apples can be sautéed with butter and cinnamon to make an apple cobbler.