Want to try something different for dinner? This meat fondue recipe will have you coming back for more.
Who said that Mexican food and fondue dinners couldn't be merged into a delicious meal?
Go ahead, find your fondue pot at the back of your kitchen cupboards, and get cooking.
Meat Fondue: Mexican Beef Meatballs
|125 ml||(1/2 cup)||Medium Salsa|
|250 ml||(1 cup)||Breadcrumbs|
|1||Garlic Clove, crushed|
|45 ml||(3 tbsp)||Fresh Cilantro, Thinly Chopped|
|5 ml||(1 tsp)||Green Onions, chopped|
|0.5 kg||(1 lb)||Lean Ground Beef|
|Chili Powder, to taste|
|Salt and Pepper, to taste|
1. In a large bowl, combine all the ingredients except the oil.
2. Add salt and pepper to taste.
3. Mix well.
4. Shape into balls about 2 cm wide (1 inch). Keep the meatballs refrigerated until fondue time.
5. Heat the peanut oil in your fondue pot. Make sure to not fill it to more than 1/2 of its capacity.
6. Let your meatball cook in the hot oil for a few minutes.
7. Enjoy and repeat!
Make sure that the meatballs are thoroughly cooked before eating them. There shouldn't be any pink inside. Don't forget to use dips to accompany this meat fondue.
Hot Oil Fondue requires a particular kind of fondue pot and special metal wire mesh spoons or smaller versions of this stainless steel strainer, which can be found in most Asian grocery stores. If you can't find the right meshed spoons, you can carefully use a stainless steel slotted spoon that can resist high temperatures.
For your safety and the safety of your guests. Make sure to use the right type of pot.