Thai Turkey Meatballs

"Can be frozen prior to baking."
photo by PaulaG photo by PaulaG
photo by PaulaG
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36 meatballs




  • Preheat oven to 350 F.
  • Line 2 baking sheets with foil then lightly spray with oil.
  • Whisk egg, garlic, onions, zest and sauces in big bowl.
  • Add meat, sprinkle with cornstarch and add coriander.
  • Mix with hands, mixture will be wet.
  • Shape into 1 inch balls.
  • Place on prepared sheets.
  • Bake 20 minutes till firm to the touch.

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  1. These are wonderful! I made half a recipe and served them with sweet chili sauce and a side of Recipe #63446 for a flavor packed meal.
  2. Wow, simple yet bursting with flavour! I served along with Tzatziki and a simple salad for a tasty light dinner we both enjoyed.
  3. We loved this recipe. I did not change a thing, made it as posted and served it with steamed jasmine rice and sautéed baby boo chou. Turkey, Thai and Meatballs 3 of DH's favorite foods. Thanks Katew.
  4. These meatballs were delicious!!! I picked this recipe for the Recipe Swap #78 ~ July 2013 Aussie swap and what a keeper. I made the full amount and used almost 2 tablespoon of the<br/>chili-garlic sauce and it does have a kick but so worth it. Also I used 3 finely chopped green onions. Served this with recipe#63446#63446 and a tomato, onion, cucumber/celery salad. Definately going into my Favorites of 2013. Thank you for posting.
  5. These were so easy to make and so very tasty ! Thanks for sharing with us :)


  1. I used Chicken mince instead of Turkey for this recipe.<br/>I made about 4 different styles of meatballs to serve with rice satay sauce and sweet chilli sauce and I think this meatball recipe was the best of them all!<br/>The flavours were wonderful and so easy to make!<br/>The family enjoyed these immensely, and served with a light salad, they made for a wonderful dinner on a warm night.<br/>Thanks katew.


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