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We loved these meatballs. I added the garlic chile paste to the meatball mixture instead of the glaze. I baked them in a 350 degree oven. Tossed them with some Thai Sweet Chile Sauce, and nuked them for a couple minutes. Everyone loved them. Thanks for a great recipe.
Really outstanding meatballs! I translated the recipe into Australian and used a bit over 300gm lean beef and I'm guessing that broiling means grilling! All ingredients are always in the pantry so this was a very easy recipe. I used 1/2 tsp siraccha sauce rather than chillies and the heat was perfect. Served with coconut rice, fantastic meal - thanks for posting!
Very good Have made this several times for parties Cooking the meatballs ahead of time and then adding glaze and reheating
I served this at my Daughters 16th party to rave reviews! The ingredient list is rather long but uses ing. always found in my cupboard. I doubled the recipe n served 2 balls on each mini skewer seperated by a piece of red capcicum. I made the recipe to step 12 the morning of the party (balls hold together perfectly) then just heated through on the BBQ to be served with drinks.YUM!!
These were really great, I didn't put them on skewers and cooked far to many for me for one meal. But these are really good cold in fact I think I preferred them cold. Would make a great appetiser with drinks.
I love fellow Aussie dale!'s recipes, and this one was a stunner. It's so quick to put together and to cook, and it was really enjoyed by all. I wish I could give it more stars. We think it would be great made into larger hamburgers, or even into meatloaf, which would be so yummy cold. It was good, because it contains things we always have on hand.
Whilst the long list of ingredients might seem imposing, they are all basic ingredients that I have on hand.I used ground pork, (personal preference of family) This is really a very simple recipe,easy to prepare and VERY tasty. Great for a BBQ.