Chicken Meatballs in Lemon Cream Sauce

Hey Lounger! Happy Monday! I hope everything is going great with you. Today, I thought it’s best to share my Chicken Meatballs in a Lemon Cream Sauce recipe. Life has full of lemons, so let’s cook them! 

I enjoy foods with pleasant sharpness and vinegary flavors. Probably because I’m Asian, lol, but a small amount of vinegar in your diet regularly may help you control your blood sugar more effectively. It helps to prevent blood sugar spikes after carbohydrate-rich meals. 

Lemons may help you lose weight if you want to lose a few pounds. Lemons can also help you lower the risk of heart disease, anemia, kidney stones, digestive problems, and cancer! Lemons are not only a very healthy fruit, but they also have a distinct, pleasant taste and smell, making them an excellent addition to foods and beverages.

The caution-this recipe is so sharp but tasty!

Chicken Meatballs in Lemon Cream Sauce

Other Home-cooking Ideas: Beef Meatballs in Misua Soup, Salmon Belly in Coconut Milk Sauce, How to Cook Delicious Kinamatisang Manok, Baked Sushi Rice, Spicy Garlicky Buffalo Wings

Here’s What You Need:

Approximately 40 minutes to prepare and cook. Suitable for up to four servings.

  • 400 grams Minced Chicken Meat
  • Four Tablespoons of Bread Crumbs
  • One Egg
  • One Onion minced
  • Chicken Broth cube (half)
  • Onion Chives
  • Olive oil
  • Two Tablespoon of Butter
  • Juice of a lemon (One & Half Lemons)
  • 1/4 cup of Water
  • 100 ml Cooking Cream
  • Salt & Pepper
  • Bunches of Parsley

Time to Cook: Chicken Meatballs in Lemon Cream Sauce

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#1. Let’s start with the meatballs. First, combine the minced chicken meat, salt, pepper, chopped parsley, onion chives, minced onion, bread crumbs, and an egg in a mixing bowl. Next, mix all of the ingredients. After that, shape the meat into a ball. I managed to complete 17 pieces.

#2. Next, sear the meatballs using olive oil to bring out the flavors and give them a nice brownish color. Then set aside. Gordon Ramsey said that if there is no color, there is no flavor when cooking meat. I couldn’t agree more, lol!

#3. Let’s get started on the sauce. Add some butter to the same pan. Begin sautéing the minced onion once the butter has melted. I have one red onion that I have cut in half. The first half was used to make the meatballs, and the other half was used to make the sauce.

#4. After that, add the lemon juice and half of the chicken broth cube. Simmer for a few minutes before adding the water. Then, allow it to simmer once more.

#5. Then, gently fold in the cream sauce—season with salt and pepper to taste. Then toss in the meatballs.

#6. Finally, add the chopped parsley and cover. Allow it to cook for a minute or two.

#7. Serve hot with rice!

Masarap! Delicious! Svaadisht! Ochen’ Vkusno! Oishi!

Quick Tips:

  • If you prefer a mild sharpness flavor, one lemon to juice works perfectly.
  • You can also use lemons for skincare, remove bathroom stains, natural preservatives to help prevent browning for fresh-cut fruit or vegetables, natural ant repellant, and many more!
  • Lemons should be stored in the refrigerator. Fresh lemons can be stored in the fridge on a shelf for up to a week.

I’m sure this recipe is incredibly simple to prepare, as well as deliciously sharp and creamy! So, if you’re annoyed, feeling bad, or gloomy because of life’s lemons, go cook them! This recipe is a mood elevator! You’ll definitely feel more at ease, refreshed, and content!


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