These are a take on tsukune, often served at Japanese restaurants. Use a flat skewer to help stop the meatballs slipping around as you turn them.
Note Panko crumbs, Japanese breadcrumbs, are available from Japanese grocers and select supermarkets and delicatessens. If they're unavailable, substitute dried breadcrumbs.
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