These little meatballs are spicy with a curry sauce for appetizers or a main meal
This spicy curried meatball recipe will add a touch of Asian flair as a main meal or for appetizers (minus the rice). Instead of making this sauce from scratch, substitute a favorite curry sauce of any type. Add finely chopped jalapenos or other hot peppers (one of the tiny "bird" or Thai varieties will really heat up) for a little extra kick.
Spicy Curried Meatballs
1 pound lean ground
Soak bread in fat-free skim milk, then squeeze. Mix with ground beef and add cayenne and cilantro. Roll the meatballs (16-18) in flour and place casserole dish (single layers) that has been lightly coated with cooking spray or olive oil. Bake in 350-degree oven until done (about 45 minutes for nicely browned meatballs).
Prepare rice as directed on package.
For curry sauce:
1 medium white onion
Serve hot with meatballs
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