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The many faces of chicken meatballs / JAPANESE HOME COOKING

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COOKED-AHEAD dishes are great for busy cooks.
"If you have boiled chicken meatballs ready, you can turn them into different dishes," says cooking expert Atsuko Matsumoto.
They can be stored for four to five days in the fridge and a month in the freezer.
 
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Easy Home Made Meatballs (and Meat Ball Bake!)

INGREDIENTS
(For about 30 balls)

* 500 grams minced chicken
* 100 grams onion
* 1 Tbsp cooking oil
* 50 grams fresh breadcrumbs
* 1 egg
* 3 Tbsp sake
* 1 tsp salt
* Pepper

METHOD

Finely chop onion. Heat oil in a frying pan and cook slowly over low flame until transparent. Cool.

Mix onion and other ingredients in a bowl until mixture is sticky. Spread it in a flat container, mark with a knife to divide into 30 equal sections. Apply a little cooking oil (extra ingredient) on the palms and form the balls.

Boil eight cups of water, add a quarter cup sake and 1 tsp salt (extra ingredients). Boil the meatballs and cool in the cooking water.

To make stir-fried meatballs and asparagus for two, ingredients are 10 boiled meatballs, 6 asparagus, 10 grams butter, 1 Tbsp cooking oil and seasoning (1 Tbsp soy sauce, one-third tsp salt, bit of pepper).

Chop asparagus at a slant into 5-cm pieces. Pat the meatballs dry. Heat butter and oil in a fry pan, stir-fry the meatballs until the surface turns crisp. Add asparagus and stir-fry. Add salt and pepper and soy sauce from the side of the pan, and mix.

For meatball and lettuce soup that serves two, ingredients are 6 boiled meatballs, 5 to 6 lettuce leaves, 3 cups meatball-cooking water, and seasoning (2 Tbsp sake, 1 Tbsp soy sauce, bit of salt and pepper, half Tbsp sesame oil).

Wash and tear lettuce into big pieces. Cut meatballs in half. Bring the cooking water to a boil and add seasoning. Add meatballs to warm them. Add the lettuce and cook for a moment.

By J.S. on June 20, 2010
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