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Here's a recipe which sounds better in Japanese, "niku dango", than in English - plain old meat balls! But Niku Dango are actually far from plain - they're made of minced pork cooked in a sweet soy sauce. They'll grace any dinner table or you can just pop them in a lunch box for a nourishing midday meal. Alternatively, you can also put these on skewers & cook them over the barbecue. I've truly.


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Making Meatballs. Add all the Pork Meatballs ingredients excluding oil in a bowl and mix well. Take 1 tablespoon heap of the meat mixture and place the meat on a cutting board or a large baking pan. Repeat step 2 and use up all the meat mixture. I ended up with 24 meatballs, about 3.5cm (1⅜") in diameter.


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Whisk the sauce together so the starch doesn't stick to the bottom of the bowl, and pour it into a large saute pan. Bring it to a boil and add the cooked meatballs. Roll them around in the hot sauce to glaze for 30 seconds or so. Move the meatballs to a serving plate and sprinkle sesame seeds over them.


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Place a sheet of kitchen paper on a strainer, then place that on the main large pot. Strain the meatball broth carefully into the main large pot until about 80 % full. 9. Put the meatballs, sake and soy sauce in the main large pot. 10. Cut Daikon in about 2 cm thick, skin it then cut them in 4 quarters.


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Instructions. Mix all the ingredients for the meatballs (minus the oil) in a bowl and mix well. Take about 1 tbsp of the meat mixture and roll into a ball. Repeat until you use up all the meat (it will be about 24 meatballs). *TIP*: wet your hands periodically to keep the meat from sticking. Heat oil in a deep frypan or pot to approximate 350° F.


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Put all the Sweet and Sour Sauce ingredients, except sesame oil, in a bowl and mix well. Heat oil in a wok or a large fry pan over medium-high heat. Add all the vegetables and stir fry until the edge and surface of the vegetables are slightly burnt - about 2-3 minutes. Add meatballs and stir for about 1 minute.


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Niku dango (literally "meat balls") have a long history in Japan. "Dango" were originally not made of meat nut of nuts and ground barley. Using pork is a more recent development said to have started in the early twentieth century. Like a lot of Japanese grilled foods, its the sauce that is the key to success - in this case, the sauce is a sweet.


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These are Japanese pork meat balls (Niku dango) cooked in a sweet soy sauce - they are easy to make & delicious to eat. I use minced pork. You could try thes.


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1 tablespoon light soy sauce. Mix together all the ingredients for the meatballs in a bowl. Knead the mixture until the ingredients are well combined. The beaten egg should give a stickiness to the rest of the mixture, holding it together. Take a small amount of the mixture -slightly less than a tablespoon) in your hand and mould it into a ball.


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Since I was in a mood some pork meatballs, I decided to make a simple pork meatball hot pot, Niku Dango Nabe for dinner the other night. I went to McCall's Meat and Fish to pick up the ground pork, as they have the best quality you can find in LA. Their ground pork is rich in flavor and has just the good amount of fat.


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Niku-dango Nabe Juicy pork meatballs with vegetables, ready in a short time Equipment Classic-style donabe (medium-size) Servings 2 - 3 Ingredients For the meat balls 14 oz (400 g) ground pork 1 medium to large egg 1/4 medium onion, finely minced 1 tablespoon katakuriko (potato starch) 1/2 tablespoon finely grated ging


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The full name for this is 'niku-dango no amakara-ni'. This appetiser/side dish is very simple to make. The presentation is lovely since the sauce acts also as a glaze.and its sweet coating makes these meatballs a kid-pleaser too! For fans of Asian street food these meatballs can be presented 'yakitori-style' by putting them on wooden


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This is a traditional Japanese style of meatball called niku dango, and it's damn good. It's basically a teriyaki meatball, normally made with pork. Venison works fine. They are pretty simple venison meatballs, made "Japanese" with the addition of ginger, green onion, coarse panko breadcrumbs and soy sauce in the mix.


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1. Mitarashi Dango. Mitarashi Dango (みたらし団子) is coated with a sweet soy sauce glaze that is thick and syrupy. This savory and sweet sauce is quite addicting and there are many fans looking for this dango at street stalls in Asakusa, traditional shopping streets, and the conbini (Japanese convenience stores).


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Pork meatballs are deep fried, then coated in flavoursome sauce. By just changing the sauce, you will get quite different meatball dishes - one with sweet and sour sauce, one with sweet soy sauce like teriyaki sauce. Both are really tasty. I saw Nagi's post, Oven Baked Italian Meatballs few weeks ago, where she talked about posting


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Dango is enjoyed year-round and is a staple at Japan's festivals and seasonal celebrations. Its popularity has even inspired the names of other ball-shaped foods and items, such as niku dango (meatballs) and tsuchi dango (seed balls). Skewered dango can also be seen in many family crests, including the Inaba-Dango crest.