Tsumire - Japanese Nabe Meatballs

Tsumire - Japanese Nabe Meatballs created by gemini08

I put down measurements for all the ingredients, but in reality I don't measure. I just guesstimate based on whatever amounts of ingredients I have. I'm not sure if the amounts are correct, so use common sense as to how much is reasonable. Use lots of ginger.

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  • Mix the sake and miso to dissolve the miso.
  • Add all ingredients to a medium bowl and mix well. Be careful not to add too much flour/starch or the meatballs will be tough, but you'll need to add enough to keep them from falling apart in the nabe broth. You may want to cook a test meatball to check the taste/texture.
  • Drop by spoonfuls into the boiling nabe broth. They won't be perfectly round because the mixture should be too soft to form them into perfect balls.
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"I put down measurements for all the ingredients, but in reality I don't measure. I just guesstimate based on whatever amounts of ingredients I have. I'm not sure if the amounts are correct, so use common sense as to how much is reasonable. Use lots of ginger."

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    Tsumire - Japanese Nabe Meatballs Created by gemini08
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  3. gemini08
    Loved these meatballs! I used ground chicken, 2 Tsp of flour and one Tbsp of panko and and let the mixture rest in the fridge for @ an hour, then cooked them in miso broth. They held together very nicely without being heavy or dense. Next time I'll try them with pork. Made for PAC spring 2012.
  4. Stovepipe
    I put down measurements for all the ingredients, but in reality I don't measure. I just guesstimate based on whatever amounts of ingredients I have. I'm not sure if the amounts are correct, so use common sense as to how much is reasonable. Use lots of ginger.
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