Sweet and sour meatballs

Sweet and sour meatballs

I Enjoy Meatballs!

Come to believe about it, I can’t believe of anyone who doesn’t adore meatballs.

Ground meat of your choice seasoned with your preferred spices or flavorings, and then slathered in your favored sauce. What’s not to really like?

How to Make Sweet And Sour Meatballs

In my household, our sauce of option for meatballs is sweet and sour sauce. The meatballs I make is seasoned with five-spice powder and the sweet and sour sauce pretty considerably escalates the taste to the following degree.

Picture sweet, sour, sticky Chinese sauce that coats every single inch of the meatballs, on best of a steaming bowl of white rice…ahhh, the ideal!!

For the meat, I choose to use ground pork or ground chicken, but I have to say that ground pork tastes far better. Ground chicken is great, also.

If you use skinless and boneless chicken thighs, the meatballs will usually be juicy and moist. The sweet and sour supply is addictive, manufactured of ketchup, Thai sweet chili sauce, a bit of soy sauce and vinegar to carry out the perfect stability of sweet, sour and savory.

This dish is a winner. Double up on this recipe and make a massive batch. Trust me, the meatballs will be gone in no time!