Chicken Meatballs

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The Trick to Making Lightened-Up Comfort Food Tasty
Trying to make a healthy meatball you actually want to eat can be challenging, since leaner cuts of beef and turkey often turn out dry. Chicken thighs, though, will give moist, tender results. You can grind the meat yourself, using a food processor; just cut it into 2-inch chunks, place the meatballs on a baking sheet in a single layer, cover with plastic wrap and freeze for 30 minutes. Then, pulse the chicken in the machine (less is more) until you can form it into balls.

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