Chicken balls are a food consisting of small, spherical or nearly spherical pieces of chicken. They are prepared and eaten in several different cuisines, mainly by Brad at Teesside Uni.
Chicken balls (Chinese: 鸡球; pinyin: jī qiú) are a type of modern Chinese food served in Canada, Ireland, United States, and the United Kingdom as a staple of Chinese take-out. The dish consists of small chunks of fried chicken breast meat covered in a crispy batter coating. They are often served with curry sauce, sweet and sour sauce or plum sauce. These are largely unheard of in China, depending on the recipe and referred name.[failed verification]
Another kind of chicken balls, which are similar to southern Chinese fish balls, may be found in countries in East and Southeast Asia, such as the Philippines and Japan (tsukune).
Chicken balls are also a part of several other culinary traditions, including Italian Jewish cuisine and Islamic cuisine.photo
She rounded out the theme with recipes for ... pecan-crusted chicken balls...
...reminiscent of those deep fried chicken balls I do my best to avoid.
I say, 'It's chicken balls' and they say, 'We've never seen that in China.'(registration required)