Sunday, September 11, 2011

Chicken Teriyaki Meatballs

Hey everyone! My family is very fond of teriyaki, whether it's as a marinade or sauce. For my PIGskin Challenge this week I used two different recipes to make one yummy snack!
How about a fun Chicken Teriyaki Meatball!
These are very good and very addictive. I can really taste the fresh ginger, pressed garlic and sesame oil.
I highly recommend these meatballs!
Oh, and if you're not planning a party right now, they're great with rice and steamed broccoli for dinner:@)

Teriyaki Meatballs adapted from delish
1 egg white, lightly beaten
1/4 C scallions, minced-I used chives from the garden
2 Tblsp soy sauce
2 1/2 tsp fresh ginger, peeled and grated
2 tsp toasted sesame oil
1 clove garlic, crushed through a garlic press
1/4 tsp pepper
**dried breadcrumbs
1 1/2 lbs ground pork or chicken
1/2 C thick teriyaki sauce, either store bought or homemade
Toasted sesame seeds for garnish-I didn't have these
  1. Mix everything except teriyaki sauce and sesame seeds.
  2. **I found this mix to be a little too wet to form meatballs, I added breadcrumbs until it was just workable. I suggest you go by how it feels, make sure it will stick together. The breadcrumbs just added body to the meatballs, I liked it.
  3. You'll get approximately 40 meatballs using 1 Tblsp of mix.
  4. Brown the meatballs in a skillet with a little olive oil.
  5. To a preheated 425 degree oven, add the meatballs on a sheet pan or baking dish. Bake for 10 minutes or until cooked through.
  6. When cooked, cover with teriyaki sauce and serve.
Teriyaki Sauce from food.com
1/4 C soy sauce
1 C water
1/2 tsp ground ginger
1/4 tsp garlic powder
5 Tblsp brown sugar
1-2 Tblsp honey
2 Tblsp cornstarch
1/4 C water
Mix everything except cornstarch and 1/4 C water in small sauce pan. Start to heat it and mix the cornstarch and water. Add cornstarch to hot liquid and cook till thick. If it gets too thick add more water until desired consistency.
Have a happy day:@)

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29 comments:

  1. Fabulous! ;) Teriyaki chicken is one of my favorite foods.

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  2. We are big fans of Teriyaki chicken too so these should be a hit! xo

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  3. Looks delish, Lynn. It's scary to imagine how many of those little meatballs I could eat in one sitting.

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  4. Oh my gosh, Lynn... these look fabulous. I honestly could eat a whole plate of these!!! I have had other meatballs but none with teriyaki. And we all LOVE teriyaki. So think of me next Sunday when you are watching the EAGLES cuz I will be too and I'll be eating these meatballs. Can't wait to try them!
    Thanks for this wonderful yummy recipe and participating ON THE MENU MONDAY!
    Yvonne

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  5. I have always loved ginger and recently became a fan of sesame oil. These really do sound delicious. Of course you make them look wonderful!

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  6. I love youre Teriyaki meatballos look amazing and I love this little umbrella!! gloria

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  7. We love teriyaki too and I probably make teriyaki chicken once a fortnight. I love this idea for a cocktail party. YUM!

    Best wishes and I hope you have a fabulous week!
    Natasha.

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  8. OMYGOSH...these are looking sooo good. Sound good, too. Got to make these soon. I bet I could eat a thousand. I COULD !!
    xoxo bj

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  9. I have to try this..never eaten teriyaki chicken...but today I cooked cous-cous with bell peppers, aubergines and meatballs.... for my "cake-friends"..have a nice day, hugs, Flavia

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  10. Ok, copied the recipe, got the what I need on my shopping list. I'll be making those on Sunday for the football game. Thank you.
    Chris

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  11. Delicious flavors - will be trying the meatballs :)
    Mary

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  12. Oh boy! I'll be sure to serve these with an umbrella. I'm positive it adds to the flavor!! :)

    Blessings, Debbie

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  13. ♥♥♥ the umbrella, Lynn! LOL Cute touch to some really delicious sounding meatballs. How do you come up with so many different ways to serve them???

    Hugs,
    Rett

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  14. Hi Lynn! Oh, this looks so good! I'll bet it would be such a treat to eat at your table! Well, a snack would dot oo.
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia ;)

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  15. They look great, I'd love it for dinner, definitely with rice. Nice dish!

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  16. Hi Lynn,
    they look MOUTHWATERING!
    Yumm, yumm, Johanna

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  17. When my daughter was little, she called it "teriyucky"! Now she loves it, and likes to cook too, so I'll be passing this recipe along. Thanks for sharing!

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  18. Hi lovely lady.
    I love Teriyucky so yummy !! I need to put this on my party menu, thanks so much for sharing with me.
    I hope you can come over and see my new Tablescape I just put on. Have a great week sweet lady.
    XXOO Diane

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  19. These sound wonderful and perfect for a football party snack. Actually, I'd love them over a bed of rice. Great recipe!

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  20. I think my family will love these.

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  21. My husband loves everything with teryiaki sauce. I'll have to try these for him!

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  22. Fabulous looking meatballs..Love them!

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  23. These look and sound amazing. My family would go nuts for them. I'm book marking them for sure.

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  24. Going to have to try this recipe.
    Terryaki is one of my favorites.
    Pat

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  25. Lynn, The picture pulled me right in! Meatballs are such a ""hot" commodity these days. There are restaurants in NY that specialize in different styles. I will be giving your recipe a try.

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  26. Lynn, these look soo delicious! I know Mr. OUaP would devour them quickly, I assure you. .. i would hope he would save a couple for me! xoxo

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  27. These look delicious and I love that you included a recipe for the sauce so I don't have to do store bought. Thanks for sharing!

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