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Pampered Chef: Glazed Teriyaki Meatballs & Noodles

  1. pkd09

    pkd09 Future Director Silver Member

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    One word.....FABULOUS! My mind is already working on cutting back on the time for a quick dinner....purchase frozen meatballs and thaw them out. One tip: the teriyaki baste & glaze (Kikkomon brand) I found in the specialty section of the grocery store and the jar states 12 oz. but when I poured it into the measuring cup (only needed 8 oz), it emptied the jar! I have already email Kikkomon about this. DH loved it and so did a neighbor that we shared it with. This is definitely a keeper and show demo.
     
    Aug 6, 2009
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  2. cathyskitchen

    cathyskitchen Senior Member Gold Member

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    Ooh, sounds yummy, but I'm vegetarian. I can use veggie meatballs, though! I gotta try this - thanks for the tip! :)
     
  3. chef greta

    chef greta Member Gold Member

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    I made just the meatballs last night for my sisters jewelry party and they were GREAT. Everyone loved them. Actually everyone loved all the PC dishes I made, but this one seemed to stand out. I cant wait to make the meal for dinner with udon noodles.
     
    Aug 7, 2009
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  4. zmom58

    zmom58 Member

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    What are udon noodles?
    Deb
     
    Aug 8, 2009
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  5. chef greta

    chef greta Member Gold Member

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    Udon is a type of thick wheat-flour noodle popular in Japanese cuisine.
     
    Aug 8, 2009
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  6. zmom58

    zmom58 Member

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    What would be a good substitute? Since the recipe is in the weekly dinners recipe card collection and I don't have that yet...it looks like spaghetti on the cover the new fall catalog.
    Deb
     
    Aug 9, 2009
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  7. chef greta

    chef greta Member Gold Member

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    The recipe actually calls for spaghetti, but i substituted the udon noodles. I don't know if i'll do that again though, they seemed a little mushy. But, that was the first time i have made udon noodles, so i may have overcooked them.
     
    Aug 10, 2009
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  8. darlinclem

    darlinclem Advanced Member Gold Member

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    I made them the day I got the cards. I did have to do substitutions since I didn't have many of the ingredients. I did the meatballs as written. I used stir fry sauce instead of teriyaki and rice instead of noodles. DH and I LOVED it. Oh- I also used frozen snow peas and fresh colored bell peppers. I can see this recipe being VERY versatile! It would also make a great potluck recipe with no noodles.
     
    Aug 10, 2009
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  9. pkd09

    pkd09 Future Director Silver Member

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    Yes, very versitile. You could use rice instead of spaghetti, any stir fry style veggies, ground turkey instead of hamburger, frozen meatballs thawed to save a little time. Instead of serving them in two separate bowls I put the spaghetti at the bottle of the large round dots bowl then poured the meatballs/veggies over the spaghetti. Looked awesome!
     
    Aug 10, 2009
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  10. BadGirl

    BadGirl Member Gold Member

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    Does anybody have the recipe for the glazed teriyaki meatballs handy?

    I'd like to make a grocery stop on my way home from work and I have my recipe card thingy at home.

    Thanks!
     
    Aug 11, 2009
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  11. tbsigma94

    tbsigma94 Novice Member Gold Member

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    OK, I'm new to this forum and Pampered Chef and I would really like to try this recipe and have not received my cards with this recipe on it. Would someone mind sharing?

    Thanks
     
    Aug 12, 2009
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  12. tbsigma94

    tbsigma94 Novice Member Gold Member

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    Can anyone help? See above
     
    Aug 12, 2009
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  13. chef greta

    chef greta Member Gold Member

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    Here you go - Enjoy!

    Glazed Teriyaki Meatballs and Noodles

    12 oz uncooked spaghetti noodles
    1 ¼ lbs 90% lean ground beef
    ½ cup finely chopped onions
    ¼ cup plain dry bread crumbs
    1 egg
    2 tbsp Asian Seasoning Mix
    1 bag (16oz) frozen stir-fry vegetable blend (such as broccoli carrots and pea pods) thawed
    1 cup prepared teriyaki base and glaze, divided
    2 tbsp vegetable oil
    3 garlic cloves, peeled and sliced

    1) Cook noodles according to package directions, drain and set aside. Meanwhile, combine beef, onion, bread crumbs, egg and seasoning mix in mixing bowl; mix well. Using level medium scoop, form into 24 meatballs; place into deep covered baker. Microwave, covered, on high 5-7 minutes or until outside surface of meatballs are no longer pink; drain. Add vegetables and ¾ cup of the baste and glaze. Cover; microwave 4-6 minutes or until internal temperature of meatballs reaches 160°F.


    2) Meanwhile, heat oil in 12in skillet over medium-high heat 1-3 minutes or until shimmering. Cook garlic 1-2 minutes or until light golden brown, stirring occasionally. Add noodles and remaining ¼ cup baste and glaze; cook 3-4 minutes or until hot. Divide noodles evenly among bowls. Top with glazed meatballs and vegetables.



    Yield: 6 servings
     
    Aug 12, 2009
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  14. tbsigma94

    tbsigma94 Novice Member Gold Member

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    Thank you!!!!!
     
    Aug 12, 2009
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  15. what is teriyaki base???
     
    Sep 17, 2009
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  16. heat123

    heat123 Legend Member Silver Member

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    My guess is the terryaki sauce you can get in the bottles at the store. Kikkoman, Yosida's, Lawry's etc.
     
    Sep 17, 2009
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  17. sarahsellcm

    sarahsellcm Member Silver Member

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    THis is a great recipe. I LOVE IT!!!
     
    Sep 20, 2009
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  18. smilesarepriceless

    smilesarepriceless Advanced Member Gold Member

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    This recipe was really delicious when we made it for our cluster meeting this week. It was my first time preparing it..

    The Terriyaki Baste called for..I found easily in the Asian section of my local grocer ( KROGER).....They had a name brand, and even the store brand version.
     
  19. pamperedcheflori

    pamperedcheflori Novice Member

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    We just had this at our cluster meeting too! It was yummy!:chef:
     
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