Meatballs with Ginger and Spring Onion

  • 15MINS
  • 20MINS
  • Serves 4
  • 303KCAL

You'd never know that these Meatballs with Ginger and Spring Onion aren't from the local Chinese takeaway! We've used slimming-friendly swaps to make sure they're coated in an umami, rich, ginger and spring onion sauce, for just over 300 calories per serving! They'll make for a fantastic fakeaway night feast with a side of rice.

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JennyWednesday 10th January 2024

What can I use instead of Chinese rice wine, would white wine vinegar work?. Thankyou

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    LisaThursday 11th January 2024

    Hi Jenny
    You could use sherry or white wine. White wine vinegar would be too acidic.
    Hope this helps

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      JennyThursday 11th January 2024

      Thankyou I’ll try it with white wine

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