- meatball (Ingredients:)
- asian sauce (Ingredients:)
- 2 pounds ground beef (or Ground Pork)
- 2 teaspoons sesame oil
- 1 cup panko (or Breadcrumbs; or Breadcrumbs)
- 1/2 teaspoon ginger (; Ground)
- 2 eggs
- 2 teaspoons garlic (; Minced)
- 1/2 cup green onions (; Thinly Sliced)
- 2/3 cup hoisin sauce
- 1/4 cup rice vinegar
- 2 cloves garlic (; Minced)
- 2 tablespoons soy sauce
- 1 teaspoon sesame oil
- 1 teaspoon ginger (; Ground)
PER SERVING *
|Calories90Calories from Fat45|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat45|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
John Tran 30 Oct
I mixed a small portion of the sauce into the ground beef itself. Helps with distributing the flavors into the inside of the meatball instead of just on the outside
Miles 27 Jun
Very very good. Didn’t use hoisin sauce but used Traeger Asian barbecue sauce and put them on top of Pad Thai noodles
Hawkins 21 Jun
Great. Delicious. Easy
jo 7 Jun
So yum. Made these for dinner and so delicious. No leftovers tonight.
BoldSousChef 21 May
pretty tasty. easy to make
damiano 15 Apr
very flavorful. goes well with rice.
Carol Spaulding 26 Mar
Everyone loved it including kid that only wants nuggets.
Amy 24 Feb
Absolutely delicious, the whoke family loved them. i served with rice for the kids, hubby and I had them with a green salad.we'll definitely be making these again.
Payten 19 Feb
Whole family loved it. Also serve with rice or pasta noodles.
Vujevich 12 Feb
yummy everyone loved it!!!
Mrs.P 8 Feb
Husband and 2yr old LOVED this meal!! The only thing I did differently was I browned the meatballs before putting them in the oven covered with some of the sauce for 10mins and then 5mins uncovered. I paired it with large egg noodles (easy for my son to eat) and broccoli which I seasoned with butter, minced garlic and hoisin garlic sauce. Note: for the Asian sauce I substituted the hoisin sauce for a garlic hoisin sauce, we really love garlic in this house :) and I used seasoned breadcrumbs as we are not fans of panko
Constance 7 Feb
Great! I served it with rice. Huge hit
Ms. Edie 4 Feb
Very tasty!!!! Combined ground pork and ground beef for the meatballs, added double amount of ground ginger. Total bake time was 14 mins in convection oven.
Pat 4 Feb
Easy to make. Very tasty
Al 4 Feb
Easy to cook and great tasting
Erikka 3 Feb
Great sauce. Will use on tofu too.
Yo Slick 3 Feb
Top tip, make them 1 3/4 inches in diameter, after 15 mins spoon over the sauce - just enough to cover each ball, then pop back into the oven on 150 Celsius - you can repeat this process a few times, and the result is an extra sticky meat ball. Add some honey to the sauce for extra caramelisation - perfect with egg fried rice - enjoy !!!
Carol Beamer 24 Jan
Amazing! What flavor! This will be one of our regular recipes!
Lori Anne 12 Jan
I made these last night for dinner, and we ate them on top of a bed of rice with the sauce poured over it all. Big hit with my picky family, and that's saying something! Will definitely make these again...I did add some red pepper flakes to the meatballs and to the sauce for an extra zip, and it wasn't too spicy.
Liz G. 23 Jul 2017
I made this today to bring to a party and they turned out great!! I added a LOT of fresh ginger and a ton of garlic to the meatballs and a little extra sesame oil. Yum! Glad I made a big batch because we have been enjoying them since they came out of the oven. Sauce is delicious too!
Miranda 5 Jan 2017
Great recipe! Whole family loved the sauce and meatballs. I kept the sauce on the side for dipping just in case the little ones didn't like it but they all loved it! Would be good with a little orange zest in it too! Paired with jasmine rice this was excellent.