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I was horrified when my husband asked me to make some albondigas de camarone like those he had eaten at a street vendor stand in Guadajajara, Mexico. I pictured myself slaving for hours with dozens of hard-sought -after ingredients then ending up with something inedible. He LOVED the asian twist on theese, I liked the lettuce wrap idea and ....Well..thanks so much for this recipe. I do not have a food processor but the it worked öut fine

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Chef Gabacha August 29, 2009

I am a novice cook and this was easy and delicious! My hubby loved it. I didn't have shrimp so I used extra ground pork; stuck to the rest of the recipe and it was great.

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Julie Julie Julie August 08, 2009

Made this last night and only made a couple of subs. No green onions, so used about 2-3 Tsp chopped onion and no oyster sauce, so used Fish sauce. This was delicious and the closest thing to the wonderful potsticker filling from my fabourite Chinese restaurant (now sadly closed). I used a food processor to make the texture very fine and they stayed tender and moist after cooking.

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lizeroo October 12, 2008

Russ made these for dinner and after discussing it, we decided not to use a food processor but to chop all the stuff and leave some texture to it all-I especially love the crunch water chesnuts add. We also decided to add some fresh coriander (cilantro) which really gave it the meatballs a lift too. For a change, I think the mix would be nice sauted and served in lettuce cups with extra oyster or hoisin served over it.

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JustJanS November 12, 2006
Pork and Shrimp Asian Meatballs