Hoisin-glazed turkey meatballs are spiked with soy sauce, garlic, and Chinese five-spice powder for robust flavor. Served with spiced roasted carrots, lettuce leaves for wrapping, and chopped peanuts and scallions for crunch, this is a hands-on, healthful crowd pleaser.
We skipped the lettuce in favor of rice. I used custom ground pork instead of the turkey. We served this with
Plain hoisin to glaze the meatballs was a little bland the first time around, so this time we made some Hoisin Chili dipping sauce that worked really well for homemade pork dumplings.
The meatball mixture and sauce were made early in the day, and things came together quickly at dinner time.
Tried this last night....delicious! My husband wanted a bit more so I like the idea of rice added. The combination of nuts, meatball, carrot and lettuce is fabulous. Meatballs were also tender but held together well. A winner!
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