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This is my favorite way to eat chicken meatballs. They’re spiced up with a sweet, savory, and spicy firecracker sauce. They’re tender, filled with flavor, and require minimum work!

This is my favorite way to eat chicken meatballs. They’re spiced up with a sweet, savory, and spicy firecracker sauce. They’re tender, filled with flavor, and require minimum work!


This is my favorite way to eat chicken meatballs. They’re spiced up with a sweet, savory, and spicy firecracker sauce. They’re tender, filled with flavor, and require minimum work!


Baked Firecracker Chicken


This is the perfect quick and easy weeknight dinner! My recipe for firecracker chicken is easy to make and tastes salty, sweet, and spicy! Serve it over a bed of rice and with lots of firecracker sauce!


Firecracker Sauce!


You guys! More firecracker sauce! I am completely and utterly obsessed with this dinner recipe. Not just because it’s quick and easy to make. Or because it satisfies the ‘comfort food’ monster that lives inside of me (well it does that too). Or because it’s delicious. It’s because it’s a PARTY for my mouth.


Because i’m ladling my third spoon of firecracker sauce onto my bowl of steaming rice when it hits me, ‘I’m in deep with this one’.


Baked firecracker chicken FTW. After all of the love you guys showed this recipe, I wanted to create something that was a little more weeknight friendly. Sure, those meatballs are great and taste wonderful over a bed of rice or with veggies on the side but sometimes I just wanna get this dinner on the table pronto and into my belly. And for those times baked firecracker chicken filets are probably more up our alley because there’s no meatball making required. It’s as simple as seasoning, searing, and baking.


Low maintenance recipes are kind of my thing right now. Mostly because i’m trying to finally get in there and organize our place. When we first moved back in November the goal was to get things into the right rooms and I figured i’d get around to organizing sooner rather than later. Which didn’t really exactly happen that way. Because what I didn’t expect is the total dilemma and brain freezes that come with buying furniture. I mean, talk about commitment issues. Because if I buy the rug now (which is gorgeous AND on sale), will it match with the console table that I haven’t even thought about? Will the rug get dirty too quickly? Real life truth. Will it give the room the ‘feel’ I’m going for? Hellllllllllllloooooooo! Anyone else out there?


Am I the only one that gets decor anxiety?


I’ve got an incomplete living room, semi complete dining room, and a bathroom I haven’t even started on yet. In the meantime, I plan on comforting myself with a big bowl of chicken over rice drizzled in firecracker sauce.


The trifecta of hot sauce, brown sugar, and apple cider vinegar is what gives the firecracker sauce the zing it’s known for. Also familiar to us, minced garlic, salt, and some red pepper flakes for heat. It’s a quick and easy sauce.


All we’re doing in tossing it in a saucepan and letting it simmer for a good 12-15 minutes. I sometimes make the sauce the night before (in which case, I only simmer for 8-10 minutes) so it has a chance of thickening a little more as it cools.


The best part? You don’t have to marinade the chicken at all. It’s just 4 boneless skinless chicken breasts (or thighs) with a little salt and pepper and a quick sear on the skillet for just 1-2 minutes per side. The firecracker sauce serves two purposes. First, we’re going to brush the chicken breasts with the sauce before it bakes in the oven. And second, we’re drizzling it on the chicken when it comes out of the oven and onto heaping bowls of white rice or, if you cool the sauce, it can even be used as dressing. It’s a cross between French and Italian dressing, I think, with a spicy kick to it!


Quick, semi-healthy, easy dinners. Firecracker chicken is the best!




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Baked Firecracker Chicken


Author: Little Spice Jar


Serves: 4 servings


This is the perfect quick and easy weeknight dinner! My recipe for firecracker chicken is easy to make and tastes salty, sweet, and spicy! Serve it over a bed of rice and with lots of firecracker sauce!


Ingredients


FIRECRACKER SAUCE:


½ cup hot sauce (I used Franks Original Hot Sauce)


1 cup light brown sugar


2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar


¼ teaspoon salt


2 teaspoons minced garlic


¼-½ teaspoon red pepper flakes (or more to taste)


CHICKEN:


4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts (or thighs)


salt and pepper to taste


1 tablespoon oil


Instructions


FIRECRACKER SAUCE: In a sauce pan, combine the hot sauce, brown sugar, apple cider vinegar, salt, garlic, and red pepper flakes over medium high heat. Allow to come to a boil, reduce the heat so it simmers. Let simmer for 8-10 minutes (if you plan on making this sauce ahead of time) or for 12-15 minutes if you're serving immediately. Remove from heat and allow the sauce to cool. The sauce will thicken as it cools so don't worry if it looks thin.


CHICKEN: Position a rack in the center of the oven and preheat the oven to 400ºF. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone mat, set aside. Season both sides of the chicken breasts with a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Heat a skillet with the oil over high heat. When the oil is hot, add the chicken breasts and allow to cook for just 1-2 minute per side. We're just searing the very outside of the chicken, so don't worry about it cooking all the way through. Place the chicken breast on the prepared baking sheet and bake the chicken for 5 minutes. Remove from the oven, baste each chicken breast with 1-2 tablespoons of firecracker sauce. You will have additional sauce leftover to serve with the chicken. Place the chicken back into the oven and continue to bake for another 11-15 minutes or until the chicken feels firm to the touch, is cooked through, or registers 165ºF on a thermometer. Serve the firecracker chicken with leftover sauce and steamed rice.


Marzia's Notes


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Firecracker Baked Salmon in Foil


The best way to eat baked salmon in foil — glazed with Firecracker sauce! This recipe is so easy to make and pulls together in less than 30 minutes. Salmon is always so flakey and tender when you bake it in foil!


Firecracker????????????


What better way to start the week than with the most delicious salmon recipe in the world. Yes friends. I am beyond obsessed with this salmon in foil recipe that is drizzled with my homemade firecracker sauce. I’ve been putting this sauce on everything lately.


When a simple idea like a sweet and tangy yet slightly spicy and addicting firecracker sauce gets stuck in my head on an endless loop, I find new ways to put it on everything.


As always, i’m going to urge you (more like borderline harass you) to start off with good quality salmon. Say it with me friends. WILD-CAUGHT. WILD-CAUGHT. WILD-CAUGHT. Did you want to close your eyes and hold hands with people and chant it in a group? Nope, just me? I find that using ‘pink salmon’ will leave the fish wet and just not very good. The sauce will definitely become runny as the excess water from the fish will thin it out. It’s not the recipe, it’s the salmon. I encourage you to use Sockeye or Coho salmon for best results. The flavor of wild-caught salmon just really takes this recipe to new levels.


Okay, i’ll get off my soapbox now. ????


This recipe is super low maintenance like most of my recipes for salmon in foil. It also has just 10 basic ingredients — that’s counting the salmon and salt and pepper. It’s simple enough to pull together on a weeknight and make everyone in the family happy. Unless they don’t like fish. Can’t help you there. ???? But maybe they will once they see how delicious it can be drizzle in the most amazing sauce in the world. And please, friends, I don’t throw that title around easily. Believe me when I say this, you are going to be addicted to that sauce.


Let’s talk ???? firecracker sauce????


We’re using hot sauce (I suggest something like Louisiana Hot Sauce or Franks regular hot sauce), some brown sugar, red pepper flakes, apple cider vinegar, garlic, onion powder, and a big pinch of salt. It’s simple guys. Toss it all in a sauce pan and let the sauce come to a boil then simmer for 8-10 minutes. If you’d like to serve the salmon with extra sauce, I HIGHLY encourage you to double the ingredients for the sauce. We always do. Extra sauce in a must in this house.


This baked salmon recipe takes about 30 minutes from start to finish. And my most favoritest part of all is that the clean-up is a BREEZE. In fact, I suggest you volunteer to clean up when you make this recipe because it’s literally rolling the foil into a ball and taking your best aim at the waste basket. All that’s left is the saucepan full of goodness. Which will practically lick itself clean.


Remember to line your baking sheet with plenty of foil, this will help make clean-up super easy. Place the fish on the foil and drizzle it with half or all of the firecracker sauce. We doubled the sauce recipe, poured half on the salmon and kept half to drizzle on veggies and such with the rest of dinner. Pack the foil up tight so the salmon can steam and cook up nicely. Into the oven it goes, the most delicious smells are about to erupt from your oven. The next 12 minutes of life are going to be tough.


You can totally make this salmon in foil on the grill in the summer time too. Just place the foil packet on the hot grill and let it cook up for about the same amount of time give or take a couple of minutes. Just feel for firmness. Open up the foil for the last few minutes of cooking time so the color develops on top. Barbecued salmon topped with firecracker sauce is where it’s at yo.


I served this baked salmon in foil super simple. Just some steamed broccoli, a salad, and a little quinoa. Obvi, I drizzled that firecracker sauce all over everything. But that’s just how I like it.



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Firecracker Baked Salmon in Foil


Author: Little Spice Jar


Prep time: 15 mins Cook time: 15 mins Total time: 30 mins


Serves: 3-4 servings


Th best way to eat baked salmon in foil -- glazed with Firecracker sauce! This recipe is so easy to make and pulls together in less than 30 minutes. Salmon is always so flakey and tender when you bake it in foil!


Ingredients


1 ¼ pound sockeye or coho salmon (preferably wild-caught)*


¼ teaspoon salt + ¼ teaspoon black pepper


2 tablespoons chopped parsley, optional


FIRECRACKER SAUCE:


¼ cup hot sauce (such as Louisiana hot sauce or Franks Original)


½ cup brown sugar


1 tablespoons apple cider vinegar


¼ teaspoon salt


¼ teaspoon red pepper flakes


2 teaspoons minced garlic


½ teaspoon onion powder


Instructions


Position a rack in the center of the oven and preheat the oven to 375ºF. (see notes)


In a saucepan, combine the ingredients of the firecracker sauce over medium high heat, allow to come to a boil, reduce the heat so it simmers. Let simmer for 8-10 minutes.Remove from heat and allow the sauce to cool for 3-5 minutes. The sauce will thicken as it cools so don't worry if it looks a little thin.


While the sauce is simmering, place the salmon filet in a piece of foil large enough to fold over and seal. I used multiple pieces to keep the sauce from leaking in the baking tray to make clean up easier. Place the salmon with foil on a baking tray. Season the salmon filet with salt and pepper.


Using a brush or spoon, brush the salmon with the firecracker sauce. Cover with foil so that all sides are properly closed so the saucee does not leak. Bake the salmon for 12-14 minutes or until the salmon is firm to the touch in the thickest portion of the fish. Open the foil and allow the fish to broil under the broiler for 2-3 minutes, keeping a close eye on it so the fish does not burn. Remove from oven, top with chopped parsley. Serve immediately.


Marzia's Notes


I suggest using a good quality salmon for this recipe. Try to avoid using 'pink salmon' as this type of salmon is quite watery and will release lots of water in the baking process causing the fish to be wet and not flakey.


The sauce is just enough to coat the salmon before baking. If you'd like additional sauce for veggies/salad dressing etc. I'd suggest doubling the ingredients for the firecracker sauce. Cooking time may vary (allow at least an additional 2 minutes or so).


PLEASE NOTE: baking time may vary slightly due to thickness of fish. Feel for firmness on the thickest part of the filet to make sure your fish is cooked through.


The salmon can also be wrapped in foil and barbecued at 375ªF for about the same amount of time give or take a minute or two. Allow the salmon to 'broil' the same way you would in the oven, by opening the foil and allow the fish to dry out for just 1-2 minutes.


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Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Meatballs


Chicken meatballs covered in the most delicious Hawaiian BBQ sauce! They’re spiced up with a sweet and tangy homemade sauce that will have you hooked. Tender, filled with flavor and require minimum work — WIN!


Posting on Tuesday! Just in time for your New Year’s Eve party. These Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Meatballs just have to grace your appy-teaser table. Can you tell i’m trying to make ‘appy-teaser’ happen? Did you think of Mean Girls? I’m totally not embarrassed to admit how much I love that movie. And here’s the part where Regina George would tell me it’s not going to happen! Ah. Whomp. Whomp.


You already know that i’m a total sucker for sweet, savory meals. I just love the way these chicken meatballs taste when dunked in the easiest hawaiian bbq sauce. NO seriously. It’s just a few simple ingredients that you bring to a boil and let simmer. Yes, it’s that easy. And you KNOW that I wouldn’t make you work hard on New Year’s Eve so you can mix up the chicken mixture the night before and just bake them fresh right before the evening starts. And And And not only are they a cinch to whip up, they’re also on the healthier side! They’re baked (????????????) so you can eat these up guilt free.


If the recipe for the chicken meatballs sounds familiar, that’s because it is. Remember when we made these? And how super easy that was? Well it’s the same basic recipe with the sauce swapped out for this new homemade Hawaiian bbq sauce.


This is my go to chicken meatball recipe. I love having basic recipes in my arsenal and swapping out the sauce/ingredients to create brand new flavors that are easy and quick.


Did I mention that these are also perfect for the BIG GAME that’s just around the corner? How crazy would the guys (and gals) go for these? I also like to make a double batch of the sauce because we wuv extra sauce to drizzle on brown rice with these chicken meatballs.


The ingredients for the meatballs are super simple. Just a little panko, minced garlic, onion powder, paprika, and salt and pepper. I use eggs to help bind the meatballs. If your supermarket doesn’t carry ground chicken you can make these with ground turkey too.


Keep in mind you want to *just* combine the ingredients for the meatballs. The more you work the meat, the drier they become. I shaped mine into 3 tablespoon sized balls and they take about 11-13 minutes in the oven. You can certainly make these into cocktail sized meatballs, just adjust the baking time accordingly.


Since the meatballs are flavored just to keep them moist, all the real action is packed into the sauce.


To make these Hawaiian bbq meatballs, I used pineapple juice, soy sauce, ketchup, grated ginger, garlic, red pepper flakes, and brown sugar. The sauce is enough to coat all the meatballs with a little left over to drizzle on just before serving. If you’re like me and you live for the sauce action, you may want to double the recipe for it. I’ve served these hawaiian bbq chicken meatballs with pineapple fried rice and it was so delicious with the extra sauce drizzled on there.


Just like my other meatball recipes, you can mix the meatball mixture the night before and allow all the flavors to get together and flavor everything really well.


Your New Year’s Eve guests are going to step into 2016 with a big smile on their faces thanks to you and these chicken meatballs!



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Hawaiian BBQ Chicken Meatballs


Author: Little Spice Jar


Prep time: 5 mins Cook time: 25 mins Total time: 30 mins


Serves: 18-22 meatballs


Chicken meatballs covered in the most delicious Hawaiian BBQ sauce! They're spiced up with a sweet and tangy homemade sauce that will have you hooked. Tender, filled with flavor and require minimum work -- WIN!


Ingredients


MEATBALLS:


1 ¾ - 2 pounds ground chicken (or turkey)


4 teaspoons minced garlic


1 ½ teaspoon salt


1 teaspoon pepper


2 large eggs


1 cup Panko breadcrumbs*


½ teaspoon paprika


1 teaspoon onion powder


HAWAIIAN BBQ SAUCE:


3 tablespoons ketchup


¼ cup low sodium soy sauce


1 tablespoon freshly grated ginger


½ cup pineapple juice


1 teaspoon minced garlic


½ teaspoon red pepper flakes


⅓ cup brown sugar


Instructions


Position 2 racks near the center of the oven and preheat the oven to 475ºF. Line 2 baking sheets with parchment paper, set aside.


In a saucepan, combine the ingredients of the Hawaiian BBQ sauce over medium high heat, allow to come to a boil, reduce the heat so it simmers. Let simmer for 8-10 minutes. Remove from heat and allow the sauce to cool. The sauce will thicken as it cools so don't worry if it looks thin.


In a large bowl, combine the ground chicken, garlic, salt pepper, eggs, panko, paprika, and onion powder. Use your hands to mix all the ingredients together. It's easier to tell when the ingredients are combined when using hands. DO NOT OVERMIX, it will result in drier meatballs.


Shape the meat mixture into ball, about 3 tablespoons of meat per ball. You can also do this with an ice cream scoop. Place shaped meatballs on prepared baking sheet. bake for 11-13 minutes or until the meatballs are completely cooked.


Using 2 tablespoon, dip each individual meatball into the sauce. Alternately, you can brush each meatball with the sauce. Place back on the baking sheet and bake for an additional 1-2 minutes. Drizzle or brush with additional sauce as desired.


Marzia's Notes


i]Panko is a Japenese style of breadcrumbs.


A combination of ground chicken and turkey can be used to make these meatballs.


If you would like to serve your meatballs with sauce, I would double the ingredients for the sauce portion as this recipe makes just enough for basting.


The meatball mixture can be prepared the night before and baked the day of, if desired.[/i]


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This is my favorite way to eat chicken meatballs. They’re spiced up with a sweet, savory, and spicy firecracker sauce. They’re tender, filled with flavor, and require minimum work! Thank God It’s Friday, y’all!


I thought this week would never end. It was an ongoing cycle of endless days, but the weekend is finally here!???? ????


This recipe for firecracker chicken meatballs has been stuck in my head on an endless loop for the last several weeks. I had been craving something with a little more spice, yet a little sweet too. And what’s more perfect than game day food that’s actually somewhat healthy (they’re baked!) and still has tons of flavor but isn’t your regular old meatball covered in marinara? FIRECRACKER. SAUCE. FTW!


These baked chicken meatballs are one of Anees’s favorite meals. This is obviously a recent development. Because up until a couple weeks ago, they didn’t even exist.


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This recipe is super low maintenance. And if you’re not a fan of chicken meatballs, you can swap it out for turkey or any other kind of ground meat you please. But I do feel that chicken or turkey would pair the best with the sauce.


These are perfect for when you’re hosting a game day party and need something super flavorful on the table. I like to make a big batch for the two of us that we munch on all week long. Meatball subs made with firecracker chicken and melty cheese would be perfect for weekend lunches and a few meatballs paired with a side salad would be ideal for weekday lunches. And if you’re like me, with a fetish for food straight from the refrigerator, well then they’d make for a good snack too. Yup, cold. I like them like that sometimes! ???? ????


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Ingredients?


We’re keepin’ what goes into the meatballs simple because it’s that firecracker sauce that we want to stand out bright when you take that first bite.


For the chicken meatballs, I used simple ground chicken breasts. Again, ground chicken thighs, or a combination of ground chicken + ground turkey would be good too.


The binding is simple. 2 large eggs and a little panko. For the spices, paprika, onion powder, and obvi, garlic. It’s all pantry staples on this one folks!


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You want to *just* combine the ingredients. When making meatballs, the less you work the meat, the better it is. I shaped mine into 3 tablespoon sized balls. It’s totally up to you how big/small you want them. The size I indicated will take about 11-13 minutes in the oven.


The sauce is simple too. Since the meatballs are flavored with just enough to keep them moist, the real flavors come from the sauce! All you need is a little hot sauce (I recommend Franks), brown sugar, red pepper flakes, apple cider vinegar, and a pinch of salt. It’s 10 ingredients total if you don’t count the salt and pepper. The sauce is enough to coat all the meatballs with a little leftover for a drizzle before serving. If you’re like me and you live to dip and dunk, double the sauce recipe. You can even serve these firecracker meatballs with a little white rice and broccoli and drizzle the sauce on there. I speak from experience, can you tell?


And the best part is, you can mix up the meat mixture from the night before and just bake and drizzle them with the sauce the day of. These tasty chicken meatballs are going to be the highlight of game day. Get ready to be host of the year!


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