4 Reviews

My husband and son loved these meatballs. When making the meatbals I used dry sherry in place of the sake. When I made the sauce I used sherry in place of the mirin and found that I needed to add about 1/4 cup of water so the sauce was not too thick. I made these in the food processor and baked them in the oven for about 45 minutes at 350. I will definitely make these again. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada February 16, 2006

I think that this is a wonderful idea! I needed an extra side dish quickly, so I used store bought meatballs and the same sauce ingredients, with honey, orange juice, and honey barbecue sauce added- I did use a lot more water as I wanted a thinner sauce. They turned out awesome- I received several compliments on them!

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Random Rachel May 22, 2007

great treat or meal, but it came out dry.thought that might be my fault.lol

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saternoutlaw April 18, 2007

Im sorry for the bad rating....but the sauce became a ball of dough and I had to throw it out.......Also, the meatballs were a bit tasteless and dry....So sorry :(

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tunasushi February 17, 2006
Japanese Meatballs in Sweet Soy Sauce (Niku Dango)