Hoisin-glazed chicken meatballs
What we send:
- minced farm chicken
- jasmine rice
- spring onion
- hoisin sauce
- panko breadcrumps
- sesame seeds
- soy sauce
- olive oil
- large pan
The ingredients may get wet from the steam, the meats may release juice, if you experience this, wipe them dry with a paper towel. First, cut the zucchini lengthwise, then cut into articles. Finely chop the garlic and grate the ginger. Cut off the green part of the spring onion, but do not throw it out, keep it for decoration. Cut the white part of the spring onion into small circles.
Put the jasmine rice in a strainer and wash with cold water, then drip. Fry in a little olive oil, just enough to whiten the grains, salt and then pour in twice as much hot water as you cook rice. When you have boiled the water, take it off the fire and let it stand covered.
While the rice is cooking, knead the hoisin sauce-soy meatballs. First, heat some olive oil in a pan, when it’s warm enough, add the garlic, ginger and white onions. Saute until golden brown in 1-2 minutes, then place in a larger mixing bowl. Add the minced chicken, the white crumbs, a quarter of the hoisin sauce and soy sauce, then season with salt and pepper. Stir until homogeneous, then water your hands and form small meatballs-
4. Meatballs II.
In the same pan you used before, heat up some olive oil again and put the shaped balls in it. Scroll to rotate so that each side turns nicely brown. If they are nice browns, set them aside on a plate and cover to keep them warm.
You can use the same pan as before. Reheat saome olive oil in it and take the zucchini in. Salt and pepper to taste. Stirring often, grill over light brown for about 2-3 minutes.
6. Mix it
Then put the meatballs back in the pan next to the zucchini and pour in the remaining hoisin sauce and soy sauce. Cook, stirring often, for another 3-5 minutes, until the hoisin sauce and soy sauce stick nicely on the meatballs.
Serve with rice, sprinkle with sesame seeds and the green part of the spring onion sliced.
Attention! The portions of spices are relative, can be reduced or increased according to taste. Cooking time may vary depending on experience.
The recipe description is for 2 servings.