In a medium bowl, combine ingredients for meatballs, mix with your hands thoroughly. Make 28 meatballs by spooning heaping 1 tbsp of mixture and rolling between your hands. Lay on a cutting board or plate. Set aside.
In a small bowl, whisk together sauce ingredients and set aside.
Preheat large, 12" or larger, skillet on high, spray with cooking spray. Add meatballs and cook until brown, for about 2-3 minutes. No need to cook the meatballs through. Add the sauce, reduce heat to medium and simmer for 15 minutes, uncovered. Serve warm with brown rice or brown rice noodles. Add garnish like fresh cilantro and green onions.
part 3 The little travel agent babe Miss Amber Street has so many great photos of Thailand for your eyes and soon to be the world. She told me her vision last night, my heart started racing because I could see myself telling my friends about my ideas. She is going to go so far and so many places, doing what she told me or just traveling the globe.
For Gawd’s sake, get me to the church on time! by John 3000 Via Flickr: Chiang Mai, Thailand: Actually, the bride looks quite patient.
<a href=“https://www.flickr.com/search/?user_id=83207693@N00&sort=date-taken-desc&text=signs&view_all=1”>Signs, signs…</a>
Fresh salmon fish cakes on sautéed arugula with carrot. Shopped Asian markets on a whim and got a new Thai chili and ginger condiment and fresh Thai basil. BTW, I put the basil stalks in a little water covered with plastic and they last much longer lefy on the counter. I mixed the Thai stuff with poached salmon, an egg, panko crumbs, onion,celery and dollop of mayo into a cake. Rest 20 min and pan fry in same skillet as you poached.
The Types of Folks You Run Into at the Mall by John 3000 Via Flickr: Bangkok, Thailand: This guy is very excited about the Bangkok Motorbike Festival at the CentralWorld mall.
<a href=“https://www.flickr.com/search/?w=83207693@N00&q=bangkok”>So much Bangkokery…</a>