Thai Meatballs

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Introduction: Thai Meatballs

About: Hi! I am Klinong, that is how my loving family calls me, except my brother, he calls me Krinyol, as I have silly curly hair :) I love Instructables for forever now, especially for the contests ha-ha!, but ...

These meatballs are awesome. Vinegary, spicy, and a tad sweet.

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Step 1: Spices

5 bunches of fresh coriander leaves, chopped

2 green onions, chopped

2 tbsp store-bought minced garlic

1 tsp lime juice + 1 strip of dried orange peel (you can subs both with grated peel of 1 big lemon)

1-2 tsp ground black pepper

1/2 of 1 whole nutmeg, grated

an egg

2 tsp fish sauce

Combine all into a food processor and process into a fine paste



Step 2: Meatballs

all purpose flour for coating

600 g ground meat, lean

Place ground meat in a bowl

Add paste into the meat and mix well

Place flour on a plate, dip your hand on it

Take a sum of meat and shape ball, roll onto the flour. Repeat this step until all meat used up

Preheat oven to 400 F.

In a nonstick pan, heat a little of oil (sunflower is the best for this), and fry balls on each side until light browned (3-4 minutes)

Place a baking rack on a baking sheet that already covered with foil, then place balls on the baking rack.

Place baking sheet on the 2nd rack from the lowest and bake for 20 or until cooked.

Step 3: Dipping/Sauce


1 lemongrass stalk

2 tbsps sugar (or as desire)

1 tsp red pepper flakes (more if you wish)

enough water

enough vinegar (white wine is the best)


Bring all ingredients to boil, strain.

Step 4: Serving

You can serve these meatballs with lettuce, steamed broccoli, or as is!

Enjoy :)

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    8 Discussions

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    ChristinaF22
    ChristinaF22

    3 years ago

    Very easy to make, and also, outrageously delicious! Good job ;)

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 3 years ago

    many thanks!!

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    Dwargh
    Dwargh

    3 years ago

    Sounds tasty - I think I'm gonna try it out soon! Thank you!

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 3 years ago

    you are welcome and happy cooking!

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    DeniseD2
    DeniseD2

    4 years ago

    Sounds delicious - definitely trying this!

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 3 years ago

    have fun cooking!

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    dwtaylor48
    dwtaylor48

    4 years ago

    I'm a wee bit confused about how much coriander/cilantro leaf to use. It calls for 5 bunches, which seems like a lot. Also, I'm not clear on how much "enough" water & vinegar is. Help, please? Thank you.

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    klinong
    klinong

    Reply 3 years ago

    They sell fresh coriander with its roots, so that would be 5 roots

    Depending how much dipping you'd like to make and how sour, then you would know the measurement of the water and vinegar.