Indian Spiced Chicken Meatballs ~Its Tailgating time!! #SundaySupper

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Its tailgating time!!

I learnt about ‘tailgating’ only after we moved to America!For those who do not know what it signifies ‘a tailgate party is a social event held on and around the open tailgate of a vehicle. Tailgating often involves consuming alcoholic beverages and grilling food. Tailgate parties usually occur in the parking lots, stadiums and arenas, before and occasionally after games and concerts.’ {Source-Wikipedia}.Having said that, you don’t really have to be at the game venues to enjoy a tailgating party.You can have it indoors or outdoors, with a group of friends or lounge on your own!Its a great way to enjoy some great foods that are easy to make and eat!Its the start of the football season and my friend Lane from Supper for a Steal  proposed ‘tailgating foods’ for this Sunday Supper!

chicken meatballs

I’m bringing Chicken Meatballs for this event that has just the right flavors with an Indian twist!My meatballs are moist, juicy, perfectly sized to munch-on while watching your favorite team play!These balls are crunchy and rustic looking on the outside but incredibly soft on the inside with the lovely mint and coriander marrying beautifully giving them lots of fresh flavor.The best thing about these are that the food processor does all the work for you so you don’t have to work out a sweat in preparing them :) They’re super easy, delicious and certain to please kids and adults :)

Indian Spiced Chicken Meatballs

Ingredients

  • Chicken Thigh/breast mince-1 lb
  • Small Onion-1
  • Yoghurt-1 tbsp
  • Crushed Ginger-2 tsp
  • Crushed Garlic-2 tsp
  • Green Chillies (jalapenos)-2 chopped
  • Fresh Coriander -1/2 cup chopped
  • Mint -1/2 cup chopped
  • Plain bread crumbs-3 tbsp
  • Coarse Ground Semolina-2 cups
  • Salt-to taste
  • Oil-2 cups (for frying)

Instructions

  1. In a food processor mix all the ingredients except semolina and oil.Make round balls and roll them in the Semolina.Deep fry in batches until nice and golden.Serve hot with Tomato ketchup!

 Look at the menu below for some great ideas for your next ‘tailgating party’!!This is one #SundaySupper you do not want to miss!! Hop on twitter at 7pm EST for the live #SundaySupper chat.

Pre Game Warm-ups:

On the Sidelines:

Main Events:

Overtime:

From the Cooler:

Wine Pairings by Wine Everyday

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Comments

  1. says

    Hi, It looks yummy and mouthwatering.i tried this at home , my family and lid loved it. Thanks for this good posting.Your description is very nice any one can follow easily.
    All the best keep posting……….

  2. says

    These look ridiculously gorgeous my friend 😀
    Living them! I am so sorry for not commenting for so long but seems I lost my feed burner subscription to your blog! And with my exams and all it is was hard to keep up with everything! I’m back though :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  3. says

    I’ve lived in America my whole life, but I was still hazy on the whole concept of tailgating. You seem like you have a perfect understanding of it! Particularly the alcoholic beverages part…lol. Anyway, I love recipes like this that can be mixed up in a food processor! Thank you for sharing this for our tailgating #SundaySupper!

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