Just when I thought I had figured out the best way to use Moore's Teriyaki Marinade. Go here to see what I mean.
I won’t deny the fact that I love Moore’s. They may or may not know it, but I’m kinda family when it comes to the company. I do absolutely LOVE their sauces and marinades – I seriously choose them hands down over Dale’s. No bullshit there.
I recently did a cooking demo locally at a farmer’s market and made these meatballs.
Let me just tell you…
Although they loved my Watermelon Bruschetta, they really loved these. These became the star of the cooking demo show.
Like really, seriously LOVED these.
And they’re so simple. They loved the fact that I browned them for a minute, but threw them in my crockpot to simmer for a few hours.
That makes life easy.
Everybody likes easy. Feel free to sub ground turkey or chicken for the beef, but if you do put them in the fridge for about half an hour before you brown them.
Ground poultry tends to fall apart more easily than beef.
Some ideas for these meatballs –
- Over rice and add in chopped onions and bell pepper, and a can of baby corn.
- Lettuce Wraps
- Teriyaki Meatball Sub with Sesame Slaw
- Teriyaki Meatball Noodle Bowl – add sugar snap peas
Here’s your printable –
Carolyn @CabotAugust 1, 2016 at 11:24 AM
These look great Shea!! Carolyn @Cabot
Adam J. HollandJuly 31, 2016 at 1:41 PM
Oh, wow, Shea. Looks great. I can see why the folks at the demo would be digging these little gems.