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Chicken Meatballs in Tomato Sauce

Turkish
Main Dish / May 9, 2020

Chicken has been on our tables in every period of history. Different forms of it have emerged in history. As can be understood from the name of our recipe, we will get a different flavor in this dish that will put the chicken in the form of meatballs. This recipe has a short preparation of 10 minutes and can be cooked and served in 15 minutes. Bon Appetit!

Taste Score: %92
Difficulty Medium
Servings 4-6 people
Preperation 10 mins
Cooking 15 mins
Total 25 mins

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Add breadcrumb, onion, parsley, chicken, cumin, pepper and salt to the food processor and mix.
  2. Then make round dumplings with your hands and fry the dumplings in a cast iron pan.
  3. Then boil the tomato puree, garlic, granulated sugar and salt.
  4. Finally, put the cooked chicken meatballs in the tomato sauce and cook in the sauce on low heat for a little bit.
  5. Serve and enjoy this delicious meal.
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Chicken Meatballs in Tomato Sauce
Serves 4-6
Amount Per Serving
Calories242
% Daily Value*
Cholesterol 65 mg21.7%
Protein 28.3 g56.6%
Sodium 252 mg11%
Potassium 363 mg7.7%
Total Fat 3.9g5%
*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Do you know about chicken meat?

The use of chickens as food dates back to very old times. There are pictures of chickens depicted in the engravings of Babylon dating back to 600 BC. This is seen as an important proof that the chicken was eaten as food at that time.

Chicken was one of the most common meats, especially in the Middle Ages. It is known that many chicken dishes are made in a large part of the eastern hemisphere.

In the 1800s, chicken meat was very expensive and difficult to find in the United States.

In addition, due to the shortage of beef and pork during World War II, consumption of chicken meat in the USA has increased considerably.

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