I rated this five stars because it was super easy and super tasty! I tripled this recipe and used 3/4 a yellow onion (diced) instead of the green onion. I had to use a bit of Italian Seasoned Panko breadcrumbs along with my plain bread crumbs, and even then I didn't have quite as much as I needed, but when all was said and done, these turned out wonderfully! I rolled the chicken into "kabobs" rather than meat balls because I just didn't have the patience for balls! Baked in the oven at 400 for approximately 30 minutes. Super delicious! DH said it's a keeper!
Pretty tasty. I did use ground turkey instead of the chicken. I loved the mild spicy flavor.
I'd just like to say that any food that tastes great cooked and tastes great just picked out of the fridge cold is a winner in my book! I cooked these for dinner tonight minus the breadcrumbs and coriander, and I also grated some zuchinni into them. Tasted fantastic! My partner works nights so his dinner is in the fridge and I couldn't help but steal a chicken-ball off his plate, it was just as delicious cold! Thank you for a great recipe that I'll definitely make again :D
Great and simple recipe, which I followed exactly, except for making smaller to serve as appetisers. Nice spicy taste and will go nice served with a sauce to compliment. I am freezing these and will be reheating for serving, but I did keep a few aside for taste teasting, I used some sweet chilli sauce and they were very nice indeed, and everyone just loved the flavours! I will be making these quite often I think. Thanks Jewelies for a great recipe again! Update~ Most of the ones I made I par cooked and froze. I used them this week and reheated them in the oven and they were fantastic!
The taste of fresh ginger was a pleasant compliment to the chicken. I did double the garlic. I served these on brown rice and topped them with fig & ginger chutney. I think these are nice for a weekday meal. My DH (a steak-only type) ate them though he doesn't want them again. My youngest son gobbled them up.
Really enjoyed these, nice blend of flavours and quite interesting but subtle. That means they can be eaten plain, with yoghurt or a nice strong chilli sauce and you end up with a single dish that can suit different tastes when combined with a few different sauces.
Loved them. served in Pita Bread pockets with salad and a Yoghurt Mint dressing.
This is an easy recipe to make in a food processor, and I will make it again. I think I'll add more ginger next time. These spicy chicken bites are good dippers in a sauce or chutney...a spicy chutney!
Excellent meatballs and I appreciated the low fat aspect. I used them by stuffing into Pita Pocket Bread (Bread Machine) with thin sliced veggies and some homemade chutney. I will definitely make these again. Reviewed for ZWT 3.
*Reviewed for Zaar World Tour 3* Had these tonight with our dinner. Very tasty and my two daughters enjoyed them as well. We served them with store bought salsa, after a first course of soup. I used 2 slices of gluten free bread and added in a tablespoon of rice flour. Very easy to make. Also I used a sheet of ungreased "Glad Bake" baking paper. No fat came from the chicken bites. The bites went nice and crisp on the outside. These would be a great fingerfood for a get-together. They could even be made in advance. Photo to come