Welcome to my latest blender recipe. This is for my quick blend Jamaican chicken meatballs in the air fryer. Bring the flavours of the Caribbean to life with this incredibly easy spice blend that is then used to make the most amazing flavoured meatballs that you’ve ever tried.
Just to show that my kitchen gadgets are worth every single cent that we paid for them in today’s Jamaican chicken meatballs recipe we will be using two of them. Our professional blender and our Philips air fryer. One will mix them together and bring out the flavours of the Caribbean and then the other will cook them.
Plus apart from a rinse out of the blender (which is so easy to clean BTW) there will be hardly any washing up to do at all. This I am sure will delight my fellow parents that have a busy life like we do!
You can either some jerk paste to bring a bit more spice to this dish or treat it like you’re making the jerk seasoning yourself. I am on the fence about this one as I like it with or without the traditional jerk paste.
Then when you have made the seasoning add your chicken breast to the blender and not only will it turn it into chicken mince for your meatballs but it will do an awesome job of blending everything together for you and keep all those flavours intact.Quick #Blend #Jamaican #Chicken #Meatballs In The #Airfryer #Recipe via recipe_thisClick To Tweet
- Place the chicken into the blender and blend until it resembles chicken mince.
- Place the onion into the blender too and blend well.
- Add all the Jamaican seasonings and blend for a third time.
- Open your blender and make 10 medium sized meatballs.
- Place them on a baking mat inside your air fryer and cook them for 15 minutes on 180c.
- When they’re done place them on sticks, then spoon over them some of the sauce that is still around the sides of your blender for the ultimate sticky meatballs taste sensation.
- Sprinkle with fresh herbs and serve.
This dish is also very good with turkey mince instead of chicken. This just depends on what meat you have available at the time.
I like to place them on sticks and serve them as party food directly from the air fryer. But you could also have them with Caribbean rice as a Jamaican version of rice and meatballs.