Pork dumplings in Teriyaki sauce: recipe for finger licking
Meatballs are a nice way to prepare and eat some protein, since you can serve them with a sauce that will give them all their character. Today I propose you to make some pork dumplings in Teriyaki sauce that have a certain oriental influence and that are to lick your fingers.
These pork dumplings in Teriyaki sauce are cooked in the oven, reducing the amount of fat and making them a healthy, yet flavorful bite. You can use beef or veal and pork mix, this goes in tastes. We think Teriyaki sauce and pork are a very well matched marriage, hence our choice.
IngredientsFor 2 persons
- Minced pork 300 g
- Bread crumbs 200 g
- Onion 100 g
- Fresh parsley branch 4
- Extra virgin olive oil 15 ml
- Soy sauce 150 ml
- Ketchup 20 g
- Honey 30 g
- Refined corn flour 30 g
- Ground black pepper
How to make pork dumplings in Teriyaki sauceDifficulty: medium
- Total time 45 m
- Elaboration 15 m
- Cooking 30 m
We put the pork together with the breadcrumbs, parsley, onion, garlic and a tablespoon of olive oil in a food processor. Season with salt and pepper to taste. We process until the meat is ground and all the other ingredients are well integrated.
With the mixture we will now form balls of about five cm in diameter that we will place on a baking sheet covered with aluminum foil. Bake for about 30 minutes until the meatballs are perfectly cooked and golden.
For the sauce, we will heat the soy sauce * in a pot to which we will add the honey and the ketchup. We dissolve the refined corn flour in a couple of tablespoons of water and add it to the soy. We stir and leave in the fire about 2 minutes, no more. We remove from the fire and serve with the meatballs.
With what to accompany the pork dumplings in Teriyaki sauce
These delicious pork dumplings in Teriyaki sauce are eaten hot with white jasmine or basmati rice and eventually grilled vegetables. Additionally you can accompany them with a cold dry white wine or a light beer, to your liking.Tags: Meats And Birds Vegetables And Legumes Fish