Yield: Serves 6 to 8 as an appetizer; 4 to 5 as a main course
Spicy, tangy, and deeply savory, this dish channels my favorite things about Thai food. Using chicken for the meatballs makes them feel light and balanced with the broth.
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Enjoyed the flavors but would like to figure out a way to make the meatballs less dense. Maybe some breadcrumbs and egg would help. Our group was pretty quiet as we gobbled this up and I found myself going back for seconds so couldn't have been all bad. Also made brown rice.
This has become a regular favorite since we discovered it earlier this winter. The whole family loves it! To make it easy, I just buy ground chicken. So delicious! Often serve over brown rice.
Also, leftover brown rice, any extra sauce and an egg makes for an amazing breakfast bowl!
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