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Lion's head meatballs (Shih tzu tou) from Lucky Peach Presents 101 Easy Asian Recipes (page 214) by Peter Meehan and Editors of Lucky Peach

  • scallions
  • soy sauce
  • ginger
  • sesame oil
  • chicken broth
  • Shaoxing wine
  • napa cabbage
  • white pepper
  • ground pork belly

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    Can substitute bok choy for napa cabbage.

  • Astrid5555 on October 23, 2016

    I was inspired by the other notes about this recipe and it did not disappoint. I made the meatballs smaller than directed and they were beautifully tender. Also the broth was delicious after simmering the meatballs and the pak choi in it. Served over steamed rice. Will definitely repeat, since this was a dish the whole (!) family loved!

  • alex9179 on October 15, 2016

    Our favorite recipe from the book, so far. I made it as directed and served over rice noodles. We would increase the amount of broth because it was delicious after simmering the meatballs, which were wonderfully tender.

  • kari500 on March 05, 2016

    Thanks to mirage for the note. I made my meatballs smaller, and with ground turkey, and then did the same thing - used more broth, and served with rice noodles as a soup/stew. Big hit, and will be made again.

  • mirage on January 01, 2016

    We loved it. Very homey. My version was a soup, vs a stew: the recipe called for adding enough broth to get almost to the top of the meatballs, which the ingredient list said was 2c. It took almost 4 cups in my pot. But, as I said, it was a homey and very tasty soup, so I'd probably do it the exact same way in the future. Served on rice noodles.

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