[Make-up]Bite chicken meatball
A gap in the lunch box! We will introduce the recipe and how to make “bite chicken meatball” with a video. The meat sauce was rolled into small pieces, baked, entwined with sweet and spicy sauce, and skewered with a toothpick. As you can see, it fits perfectly in your lunch box! Of course, as a side dish for dinner. It’s bite-sized, so it’s delicious to eat.
Meat and processed meat foods
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(For 3 people)
Seasoned salt and pepper
a. Soy sauce
・ Chop the green onions.
How to make
Add minced chicken and seasoned salt and pepper to a bowl and mix until sticky. Add green onions, ginger, eggs and potato starch and mix further.
Roll into bite-sized pieces with a spoon.
Add vegetable oil to a frying pan and heat it. When the color of ② is browned, turn it over.
Add sake, cover and steam over low medium heat for about 4 minutes.
Wipe off excess oil with kitchen paper, add (a) and simmer to complete.
When the heat is removed, stab each two with a toothpick. Transfer to a clean storage container and store in the refrigerator. * Consume within 2 to 3 days as a guide.
Tips and points
・ You can also mold it into a large size and bake it.
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