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November 15, 2019
These Asian style meatballs are the perfect unique party hors d’oeuvres or appetizer! They are served in a quick delicious broth with scallions.
I keep a running journal of all the recipe ideas I have and want to create one day. Whenever inspiration strikes – I write it in my journal! This makes content planning a breeze for later on. In the case of today’s recipe, I’ve had a vision of it for quite some time, of these perfectly round and toasty brown Asian-inspired meatballs sitting in a piping hot broth, in a beautiful white soup spoon, just ready to be slurped up.
This recipe does not disappoint!
Related: Lamb Meatball Stew
I used to always pan-fry my meatballs, I don’t know why but I just always did. But I am becoming a big fan of baked meatballs – they are so easy to throw in the oven and they stay so perfectly round! These ones do not disappoint, and are full of tasty Asian-inspired flavors.
I think these meatballs would be equally good in a sort of Asian meatball soup. Add udon or ramen noodles and your favorite Asian veggies, like baby bok choy, cabbage, Daikon radish, etc.
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