Baked Meatballs with Cilantro

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Baked Meatballs with Cilantro
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Baked Cilantro Meatballs Recipe - #meatballs #recipe #eatwell101 - These quick and easy beef meatballs make for a perfect weeknight dinner, full of delicious Asian flavors.

Baked Meatballs Recipe- These quick and easy baked beef meatballs with a fresh cucumber yogurt sauce make for a perfect weeknight dinner, full of delicious Asian flavors. Serve the baked meatballs with toothpicks if you make them for cocktail appetizers! Enjoy!

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Ingredients list for the baked meatballs

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1. To make the baked meatballs: Preheat your oven to 440°F (230°C).

2. Beat the egg with cilantro, spring onion, spices, and a pinch of salt. Then combine with ground meat.

3. Lightly oil your fingers and palms and use a tablespoon to scoop up the beef mixture to make regular-sized meatballs.

4. Lightly flour the meatballs and arrange them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes, until golden brown.

5. Mix yogurt and cucumber to make the dipping sauce in a bowl and serve together with the baked meatballs, sprinkled with pink peppercorns. Serve with rice, tomatoes, and a few cilantro leaves. Enjoy!

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Tips for the baked meatballs recipe

These juicy baked meatballs are delicious and can be used in many ways. Here are a few suggestions to personalize your meatballs:

  • You can enjoy the baked cilantro meatballs as is, as an appetizer. Or served on top of cauliflower rice, zucchini noodles, rice, bulgur, or pasta.
  • You can use ground turkey instead of ground chicken instead of ground beef to make the meatballs.

Can we freeze the baked meatballs?

Yes! You can freeze the meatballs either baked or uncooked.

  • If you formed your beef meatballs and want to freeze them uncooked, just pop them on a tray in the freezer for about an hour first then transfer them to a Ziploc bag without having them sticking together. Uncooked meatballs will last for three to four months in the freezer. Let the meatballs thaw in the refrigerator overnight before baking.
  • Allow the baked cilantro meatballs to cool completely. Then you can store them in the freezer using the same method for two to three months.

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