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Pear Glazed Chicken Meatballs



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Pear Glazed chicken Meatballs

  • 500 grams chicken, minced in thermomix
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 2 shallots
  • 60 grams fresh or frozen peas
  • 1/2 bunch parsley
  • 1 egg
  • Flour to combine (about 230 grams)
  • Oil for cooking
  • Pear jam or maple syrup for glaze

Recipe's preparation

    Chicken meatballs
  1. Blitz garlic shallots and parsley in tmx on speed 9 for 10 seconds
    Combine mince, garlic, shallots, peas, parsley, salt, egg and enough flour to combine in tmx reverse speed 3 for 10 seconds then roll into walnut-size balls.

  2. Shallow fry in hot oil.  Remove meatballs from frying pan.

  3. Reduce heat and put pear jam/syrup in pan, stirring until it caramelises (be careful not to burn) Return meat balls back in pan and glaze gently with jam, again being careful not to burn


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  • Thanks, it sure was

    Submitted by Bellany on 3. February 2015 - 11:48.

    Thanks, it sure was intentional as my son was failsafe for 3 years (and was at the time of this recipe tmrc_emoticons.))

    Thanks for the comment tmrc_emoticons.)


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  • delicious... i've done these

    Submitted by evee on 17. November 2013 - 19:31.


    i've done these to bring to a friends place for 'canapes' - so easy... and i didn't have the jam, i pureed 2 small pears, added it to the pan and the syrup and gave a light cooking and then added the balls... 

    bon appetite!


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  • I made this as a failsafe

    Submitted by carliepage on 6. February 2013 - 09:53.

    I made this as a failsafe dinner, was in a rush and forgot the egg and flour, but they held together nonetheless.  Big hit here.  Thankyou!

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  • These were quite yummy.  I

    Submitted by Shayneo on 10. December 2012 - 22:52.

    These were quite yummy.  I used gluten free flour in mine, and only added about 160g, and feel that it was too 'bready'.  Still really good but I like mine meatier so will leave out more flour next time.  As with cookingqueen, I steamed my veggies in the Varoma while the meatballs cooked (they take a while!)

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  • Thank-you for a fantastic new

    Submitted by cookingqueen on 27. November 2012 - 17:46.

    Thank-you for a fantastic new recipe!! i had some spare chicken and didn't know what to make....this was PERFECT!

    My son is salicylate intollerant- so it was so easy & tasty, but i did blend the frozen peas with the parsley , spring onion & garlic- ALWAYS a good idea to hide the peas in my family!!

    Another Tip; i didn't even wash the bowl- just poured boiling water in and steamed some vegies & couscous, while the meatballs were cooking! Big Smile

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  • This is a perfect failsafe

    Submitted by pippa on 4. August 2012 - 16:01.

    This is a perfect failsafe recipe.  I don't know if you meant it for that purpose, but you should add special diets (failsafe) to your tags.  I can't wait to try this next week when I visit a friend and her new baby who is trying out the elimination diet.  Thanks so much for this recipe!

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