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Recipe by Rena Tuchinsky

One-Pot Asian Meatballs with Rice and Broccoli

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Meat Meat
Easy Easy
6 Servings
Allergens

Contains

- Soy
1 Hour
Diets

One pot, a handful of ingredients, and a bit of time in the kitchen is all you need to get supper on the table quickly!   For more super easy suppers that will please everyone at the table, watch Supper, Again?

Ingredients

Asian Meatballs with Rice and Broccoli

  • 2 cups jasmine rice

  • 3 and 1/4 cups water

  • 2 cups frozen mini broccoli

  • sesame seeds for garnish (optional)

Directions

Prepare the One-Pot Asian Meatballs with Rice and Broccoli

1.

Place a pot, with a lid, on medium heat. Form about 30 mini meatballs from the ground meat and place into the pot. Allow to sear on one side before stirring.

2.

Add in the garlic and ginger. Cook for about 30 seconds.

3.

Pour in the sauce and allow to cook for another 30 seconds. Next, add in the rice and mix till coated in the sauce.

4.

Mix in the water. Place the mini broccoli on top. Cover with lid and bring to a boil. Lower flame and simmer for 30 minutes.

5.

Turn off the flame and leave covered another 10 minutes before serving.  Garnish with sesame seeds if desired and serve.

One-Pot Asian Meatballs with Rice and Broccoli

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Penina Brandeis
Penina Brandeis
21 days ago
Tziporah Ehrich
Tziporah Ehrich
1 month ago

This was so delicious and easy to make. I had to add some oil to the pan in the beggining because the meatballs were sticking. I used basmati rice instead of jasmine and it was great.

Devorah
Devorah
8 months ago

Greta flavour, but you may need to cook your rice for longer, mine was crunchy at this time

Chani Halpern
Chani Halpern
10 months ago

A clear winner! Came out delicious

Bracha Kalinsky
Bracha Kalinsky
11 months ago
Chaya Jaffe
Chaya Jaffe
2 years ago

step one isn’t clear

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Chani Halpern
Chani Halpern
Reply to  Chaya Jaffe
10 months ago

You just form balls, and cook (I used a non stick and didn’t even use oil)

Sara crew
Sara crew
2 years ago

can I not make the meatballs and just put in ground beef?

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Raquel
Raquel
Reply to  Sara crew
2 years ago

That’s an interesting question…I don’t see why you wouldn’t be able to.

Rivky hoffman
Rivky hoffman
2 years ago

can I use ground chicken?

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Soooymous
Soooymous
Reply to  Rivky hoffman
2 years ago

I think it should work fine but I haven’t tried.

Rivky
Rivky
1 year ago

This is such an amazing recipe we all loved it!! I diddnt have chili sauce so i used silan . Will definitely make this again.

Zeva Goldberg
Zeva Goldberg
2 years ago

is this liquid-y? can it be served on shabbat lunch?

Raquel
Raquel
Reply to  Zeva Goldberg
2 years ago

According to the picture and video it does not seem liquidy.

Chani Halpern
Chani Halpern
Reply to  Zeva Goldberg
10 months ago

The rice absorbs all the liquid.

Chana Orlansky
Chana Orlansky
2 years ago

amazing recipe and so easy! was a real hit! I actually used sushi rice because that’s what I had and was so good!!

Rivka
Rivka
2 years ago

What can I use instead of chili sauce?

Vanessa Kos
Vanessa Kos
Reply to  Rivka
1 year ago

Substitute 1 tbsp of honey for every tsp of hot sauce, hope this helps

Michal Leah Moskowitz
Michal Leah Moskowitz
Reply to  Vanessa Kos
1 year ago

I substituted the sweet chili with duck sauce and was great! it’s my go-to sub for sweet chili sauce.

Raizy
Raizy
2 years ago

would love to try… my little one has a soy allergy, what other sauces can I use?

Miriam
Miriam
2 years ago

Sooo easy and delicious!!

Tova Tepfer
Tova Tepfer
2 years ago

Can I use other types of rice, such as brown rice or white rice? Would I need to adjust cooking times?

Esther Leah
Esther Leah
Reply to  Tova Tepfer
2 years ago

You could use brown rice, add liquid and cooking time. (Or reduce the amount of rice a bit). Jasmine rice is a type of white rice, and except for sushi rice, which is a mushy type of rice, any white rice you like can be used. Sushi rice as well, if you like the texture.

Jodi Tuchinsky
Jodi Tuchinsky
2 years ago

Fabulous!!! Great recipe