Meatballs with Sweet and Sour Sauce

Click to enlargeI was tired of cooking the same old meatballs (or Bola-bola as we Filipinos call it) so I decided to make a sweet and sour sauce to go along with it. Thanks to my mom who readily texted to me the recipe for the sauce in minutes. 🙂

Ground pork (500 grams)
1 egg, beaten
1 onion, minced
1 tomato, minced
1 tsp cornstarch
salt and pepper to taste

White vinegar
A pinch of salt

Click to enlarge Procedure:
1. In a bowl, mix well all ingredients together for the meatballs. Leave for 30 minutes before frying. Form meat mixture into balls and fry in oil. Set aside.
2. In another bowl, mix well all ingredients for the sauce. (Sorry, I don’t have exact measurements for the ingredients. Test taste na lang and adjust accordingly).
3. Heat 1 tsp oil in a saucepan and pour in sauce mixture. For more flavor, you can saute garlic and/or onions prior to adding the sauce. Stir constantly until sauce boils. As the sauce is boiling, continue to stir but more vigorusly this time until sauce thickens.
4. Add meatballs into the sauce or pour sauce on top of meatballs. Serve hot.

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5 Comments on “Meatballs with Sweet and Sour Sauce”

  1. Era Says:

    hi leah, thanks for making this site…a good reference for me who’s no experience in any form of cooking.

    i know i can to go other cooking sites but yours has a filipino touch in it.. this will be handy to me when i move to OZ. =D

    keep them coming!

  2. Leah Says:

    Hi Era! Thanks for visiting this site. It ain’t much as yet but I’m hoping to post more entries. If you have a favorite recipe you’d want to share, by all means, be my guest. 🙂

  3. MAYA Says:

    hello! thanks for the sweet n sour meatball recipe! It was delicious. We just had some for lunch! YUMMIE!

  4. ludmila r. balallo Says:

    gud day! i really love cooking and eating, even exotic foods. its been a long time since i was seeking the recipe of this favorite of mine. my grandma used to cook this super yummy when she’s still alive. i am so thankful for sharing this recipe. now i can cook for my family.Godbless and more power

  5. i will try to cook this one for my kids tom seems like so yummy cant wait

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