Hello, this is PAO.

Today’s summer recipe is perfect for snacks.
It’s a fun dish with the crunchy texture of corn.

Teriyaki chicken meatballs with seasonal corn.
I made butter soy sauce flavored teriyaki that goes well with corn.

Ingredients (for 3-4 people)

Minced beef and pork・・・250g
Onion・・・1/4 piece
*Ginger・・・1/2 piece (grated)
*Sake, potato starch, 1 tbsp each
*Salt and pepper: a little

◎ Soy sauce・・・2 tbsp
◎ Sake, mirin, sugar: 1 tbsp each
Salad oil 1/2 tbsp
Butter 5g

how to make

  1. Chop the onions.
    Add salt and pepper to the minced meat and mix until white and sticky.
    Add * and mix.
  2. Cut the corn in half lengthwise and scrape off the kernels. Add to 1 and mix together.
  3. Roll into bite-sized balls. Slightly large and rounded into 12 pieces.
    Make sure the corn doesn’t pop out while it’s baking.

4.Heat the salad oil in a frying pan and arrange the tsukune from Step 3.
Grill over medium heat, turn over when browned, cover with a lid and steam.

5.When the meat changes color, wipe off excess oil from the frying pan.
Add the combined ◎. Add butter to finish and entangle.

If you flip the tsukune over and over again, the corn will fall off.
Tilt the frying pan and scoop up the sauce with a spoon so that the corn doesn’t fall off.

Seasonal corn is delicious♪


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Plump corn butter soy sauce teriyaki summer meatballs♪