Top-ranked recipe named "Teriyaki Meatballs"
My mother made these in the 1960's and my wife got the recipe from her. We have them at least a couple times a year.
"I just made these for supper and they are excellent. I also omitted the sugar from the meatballs. I also took the water out and added an egg in it's place. I baked mine in the oven for 30 minutes, drained the grease, added the sauce and baked for another 30 minutes. I'll be making these again for sure."- susieq_64
Mix ingredients for sauce and set aside.
Mix all ingredients except beef and crumbs. Let sit for 10 minutes.
Place the beef in a large bowl and make a well in the center. Put the crumbs in the well and pour Soya mixture over crumbs. Blend beef and crumb mixture.
Shape into balls and brown in oil.
Place the browned meat balls in an oven safe baking dish pour the sauce over them and bake at 300 F. for one hour
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lisagauthiermiller 6 months agoNot a review as I haven't tried them yet but can't too. My question is, is soya sauce the same as soy sauce?
susieq_64 1 year agoI just made these for supper and they are excellent. I also omitted the sugar from the meatballs. I also took the water out and added an egg in it's place. I baked mine in the oven for 30 minutes, drained the grease, added the sauce and baked for another 30 minutes. I'll be making these again for sure.
DaniBaht 1 year agoOther than the pain-in-the-butt experience of making my own bread crumbs, this was fantastically easy. This was one of the better meals I've made in weeks. Pineapple would be an easy sauce addition. Great with pasta, rice, or spuds.. I made mine just large enough to take 3 bites each.
Porpo83 2 years agoTasty! I added no sugar to meat mix and cut brown sugar to 3/4 cup as previously suggested. Added 2 tsp of dried parsley flakes and 1 tsp of dried mustard to the meat mix. Let both liquid mixs set in frig overnight to meld, before making meatballs the next day.
sharireland 2 years agoReally really tasty, the whole family devoured them
Eoshizawa 3 years agoThese are really easy and delicious.y husband loves to take the leftovers to work. I don't put sugar in the meatballs. I put about 3/4 cup of sugar in the sauce only.
Jmsloan4 4 years agoOne of the best meatballs I have ever made or tasted.
georgeross 6 years agoBut it is on my to cook list
lwtirado 6 years ago
tucsonjen 7 years agoVery tasty - I'm not used to my husband looking for leftovers! Next time I might cut back on the sugars -just for the sake of using less, but it is so good the way it is.