Recipe by William Anatooskin
"This recipe is not difficult to make, even though it has quite a number of ingredients. It's a great party appetizer. This recipe can be found in my cookbook "From Uncle Bill's Kitchen"."
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jalapeno pepper, seeded and minced
chopped fresh parsley
whole wheat bread
1 1/2 cups
dried bread crumbs
minced fresh ginger root
coarsely crushed coriander seed
chopped fresh parsley
vegetable oil for frying
We served this with rice and it was great. The taste was a bit different, but we loved it by the second or third bite. The sauce is key. Not sure why it's called Kabobs and not Meatballs.
this dish is terrific. I altered the recipie somewhat-omitted soaked bread, used just one egg, forgot the jalepeno, switched cilantro for parsley and baked instead of fried the meatballs-still turned out fantastic.
These were really good. At first I didn't know if they were worth all the prep, but after they were gone I couldn't stop dreaming about them :-). The only thing I would change--I know the yogurt sauce is probably more authentic but after I ran out I just used ranch dressing and like it much better. All a matter of taste.
An addition--I'm trying to be more healthy and tried this recipe again but with half ground turkey and baking on a cookie sheet instead of frying. I also substituted the fried onions for chopped fresh ones. Still good and I'm sure a lot less fat.
Very good recipe. The meatballs are good hot or cold and the dipping sauce is quite good, too.
These were pretty good. They take a lot of work. I liked the dipping sauce, but no one else did. My husband and daughter ended up using BBQ sauce to dip them in. Proably wont make again
These are a good way to change things up with your appetizers. They are different and very delicious. I can't wait to serve them at our 'Final Four' party.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 253
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