Bang Bang Bacon Balls

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This Bang Bang Bacon Balls recipe may seem to have a silly name to it, and so may the site, Oh Bite It, but there is absolutely nothing that is silly about this great bacon balls recipe that you simply must make up soon. This bacon balls recipe is simple and quick and very easy to make. In fact, it is easy enough for the kids to help you out, as long as you make sure they do not lick their fingers while they make these bang bang bacon balls! Raw bacon is involved in the construction, and they should not put their hands in to their mouths when they work with any raw chicken, meat, pork, or fish. E-coli and salmonella poisoning are real concerns when working with raw foods such as bacon and other meats, chicken and fish. This is a great opportunity to teach the kids that important lesson. But, on the other hand, this recipe comes together so quickly that the kids will learn another important lesson; namely, how to use commercial ingredients to make a dish come together quickly. They will also learn how to use ingredients to create another part to the dish, from scratch, and one that improves the flavor immeasurably in a recipe (whether it is a bacon balls recipe or any other one they are considering).

This bacon balls recipe is a great one to make for guests, friends and family who might be coming over for a fun evening or just dropping by. The bang bang recipe is quick enough to make in only a few minutes, so you do not even need to plan to make it ahead, really. And it is made using common ingredients that you likely already have in your cupboard. Of course, you might not have the frozen meatballs, but those you can either buy or make up ahead of time and pop in the freezer for quick and ready access when you want some for a snack, treat, or to serve to guests.

So get the kids to help you make up these bang bang bacon balls. You and they will have a lot of fun, and they will enjoy seeing and eating what they produce. It is a simple collection of ingredients that creates a sweet, tangy and somewhat spicy sauce on commercial meatballs and fresh bacon. Enjoy this dish as an appetizer, or even as a main course. The kids will love it. Serve these with rice, any kind that you and your family enjoy. Try some green beans with a bit of olive oil and lemon on the side to cut the sweetness of this meatball recipe. Enjoy it with your family.

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