Ankake Meatballs

 

Fabulously indulgent, Ankake Meatballs are great for a night in with a movie, or a rainy day bento lunch. With juicy pork meatballs and a thick, sweet and sour sauce, you’ll be hard pressed to find a time you won’t want to whip up a batch!

Although the sauce in our recipe is sweet and sour, ankake can mean just about any dish with a thick, flavourful sauce. Why not try making your own ankake atsuage tofu, ankake yaki udon or ankake fried rice?

Group 3-4 people  Time 10 minutes  Hourglass 20 minutes  Money_pound spend

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    Deena Jun 12, 2013

    Wow, this is delicious. I made it for the first time today and I’m going to be doing it again very soon. I have lots more I’m planning on doing with the sauce too, its a winner.

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