Farmhouse Recipe: Pork Meatballs

Farmhouse Recipe: Pork Meatballs

These are meatballs made with minced pork and Japanese leeks. Freeze them when you make a lot. It's convenient for using whenever .

Ingredients: 4 servings

Minced pork meat
Japanese leek
100ml (about 3.4 oz)
2 tablespoons
Eggs (whisked)
Grated garlic
1 clove
2 tablespoons
Soy sauce
1 tablespoon
1/2 teaspoon


1. Finely chop the Japanese leeks. Add water to the bread crumbs and mix.
2. Add the A. ingredients and the panko to the minced pork, and mix together well until it the mixture is sticky and pale.
3. Next, add the Japanese leeks and roughly mix together.
4. Form into 2cm diameter balls with a spoon, or coat your hand with vegetable oil and roll them up by hand. Fry in about 1320F/160C oil until golden brown, and you are done .
5. You can eat the mealtballs as-is, or dip them in a mixture of plain mustard and soy sauce.
6. If you pan fry the meat mixture instead of deep frying it, you can make hamburgers. Just brown on both sides in a pan lightly coated in vegetable oil, add sake to the pan and cover with a lid to steam-cook the burgers all the way through.

Story Behind this Recipe

These are meatballs using pork. I used Japanese leeks instead of onions. I make extras and freeze them in order to use them in various cooking.