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Jan 20, 2012 07:05 AM

Buffalo Chicken Meatballs

I was just looking through a Groupon offer for party platters from David Burke at Bloomingdale's in NYC. One of the platter choices is buffalo chicken meatballs and I thought that sounded like a great idea. Can anyone help me with a recipe? Thanks!

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    1. Just yesterday I saw this good looking Buffalo Chicken Meatball recipe in this article from the Charleston Post and Courier:
      It's from the book "The Meatball Shop Cookbook” by Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow

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      1. re: AmyH

        Interesting ... that recipe and the one linked above are almost identical.

        1. re: CindyJ

          Oops! Sure enough, you're right. I didn't look at the Martha Stewart one before I posted. The Post and Courier one just seems to be halved, but both are from the same cookbook.

      2. A tried and true recipe, I've made many, many times comes from Aaron McCargo from Food TV network. His "Buffalo Chicken Cheese Balls" are great! Very tasty and simple to make. Every time I've made them...they hardly make it to the plate because everyone is grabbing for them. Try it!!!

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        1. re: Phoebe

          those are delicious! I think I need to make again soon..

          1. re: Phoebe

            Here's a link to that recipe...I just had to Google, you really piqued my interest Phoebe, thanks for mentioning it!


            1. re: Breadcrumbs

              Please try this recipe at least once...You will LOVE it!!! I've tweaked it a little as the recipe is vague when it comes to the chicken quantity. Instead of using a rotisserie chicken (which will vary in size) I've used 4 chicken breast (about 1 1/4 lbs.) that I've poached, then shredded. I also use more hot sauce than the recipe calls for. Just make sure the cheese is at room temp when you combine all the ingredients. The crunchy panko crust on the outside, and the chicken with warm cheese on the inside really make this a great appetizer. Just read some of the reviews and you'll be convinced. I was not joking when I said these rarely make it to the plate, before being devoured!!!

          2. These sound delicious, can't wait to try this recipe. I love chicken meatballs, I make them all the time, but I always do a crushed tomato sauce. It's a basic recipe, salt, pepper, onion, parsley egg and a little panko.