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Saturday, May 19, 2012

Bake Along #24 - Baked Thai Chicken Meatballs

Another bake from 4ingredients
This is the third recipe I tried and all three have made me going wow....
Yummy and simple recipes they have!

This recipe is in my favorite list when I browsed through the site and again I was impressed with the result!

Each piece is so juicy and full of flavor I couldn't stop at one, really! :)


Since I don't have coriander, I changed to parsley

What you need:

500g minced chicken
1/4 cup Thai sweet chilli sauce
2 stalks of spring onion
1 tsp chopped parsley
  1. Preheat oven to 180degC
  2. Mix all ingredients. With wet hands, shape into balls
  3. Arrange on lined baking tray and bake for 15 minutes
  4. You'll see the oils were separated from the meatballs
  5. Change oven to grill function and grill both sides til brown, each side around 5 minutes, or less (please observe during this time)
  6. Serve hot with Thai sweet chilli sauce (I ate without additional sauce, it's yummy enough)

Below are bakes with only 4 ingredients from wonderful blogs, do check it out!


16 comments:

  1. Stop at one? Are you kidding? One full plate please, another for takeaway! Looks so delicious!

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    1. hi Joyce, LOL! thks!
      yes its surprisingly yum! :P

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  2. Alice, I really like the last2 recipes that you've posted! Right now I'm just thinking what kind of sauce can I use to replace with the sweet chilli sauce, do you think mayonnaise/worcestershire/BBQ sauce is good enough to replace the original sauce? If I stick to the chilli sauce, my children can't eat. Hmmm, let me think first!

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    1. hi Jessie, those 3 sauces u mentioned will definitely give different flavor
      sweet chilli sauce is not spicy actually, only a little bit, very very slight only
      but if u want to play safe, perhaps u want to replace with sweet sour sauce?
      pretty close in taste, i guess :)

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  3. This is fantastic! Will bookmark this and cook during my busy weekdays.

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    1. hi Zoe, thks :)
      perfect for busy days!

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  4. This is great! I didn't know meat balls can be baked (stupid me) because they are usually fried or boiled. Will definitely try this.

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    1. hi Phong Hong, thks!
      LOL! not stupid lah hehehe...
      hope u like it :)

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  5. oh alice, this looks too yummy! i just cant admiring those meatballs!this is really simple and no fuss!

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    1. hi Lena, thks!
      very easy simple and yummy indeed! :)

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    1. thks ya....bikin Rita...ini gampang benerrrr :)

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