Boiled egg meatballs

I guess you have already noticed that I often experiment with low-carb meals. And if the meal is such, I explicitly emphasize on it, so that people who try to limit carbohydrates in their meals, know that this dish can be called dietary (although “diet” is more a regime and a way of eating, rather than a calorie count, but now it won’t we discuss it).

These boiled egg meatballs are one of the recipes I often prepare, because they do not contain bread or breadcrumbs. That’s how I make them at home. Prepare them yourselves. It’s definitely worth it!

Have a nice and tasty day! 🙂

 

AnnieAuthorAnnieCategoryDifficultyIntermediate

INGREDIENTS:

 600 g minced meat (pork or mixed with beef)
 6 eggs
 1 medium sized onion
 50 g bacon (optional)
 stupms of about 10 mushrooms
 1 pinch salt
 1 pinch black pepper
 1 pinch savory
 1 pinch garlic powder
 1 pinch onion powder
 ½ bunch finely chopped fresh parsley

Prep Time10 minsCook Time50 minsTotal Time1 hr

 

DIRECTIONS:

1

Boil 5 of the eggs and peel them. Cut the eggs in halves. Leave the remaining egg for the meatball mixture.

2

Put the minced meat in a bowl. I usually do not buy ready mince, but I take meat and I ask to be grinded at the store. In order not to be high-carbohydrated, very often I don't put soaked bread or bread crumbs in the meatballs mixture and. I use the mushroom stumps or husk *. Since I cooked baked mushrooms with butter the same day, I used the mushroom stumps, grinded them in a blender and added them to the meatballs. If you like, you can do it too. But you can add husk or just bread soaked in water or milk and then drained.
* Husk is the seed coat of the Indian white plantain that grows in India and Pakistan. These are natural fibers that are highly hygroscopic and taken with water increase their volume and have a beneficial effect on the digestive functions of the body. The husk can be added to a breakfast cereal, fresh juices, in cookies to replace the flour.

Boiled egg meatballs

3

Add the remaining raw egg to the meatballs mixture. I had a small slice of bacon in the fridge and decided to add it to the mince to make the meatballs taste better.

Boiled egg meatballs

4

Chop the onion and add it to the meatballs mixture. Add all the other spices. Optionally finely chop half a bunch of fresh parsley and add it, too. I skipped it because my daughter does not like parsley (for that I will save my comments :)).

Boiled egg meatballs

5

Mix all the ingredients and let rest for about 10 minutes.

Boiled egg meatballs

6

Start shaping the meatballs. Take the mince and flatten it approximately in the shape of a meatball. Place one half of the boiled egg on the mince.

Boiled egg meatballs

7

Close the meatball with a little more mince so that the cooked egg is not visible. You get a cute "fatter" meatball with the size of a small fist.

Boiled egg meatballs

8

Arrange the meatballs in a greased pan.

Boiled egg meatballs

9

Bake in a moderate heat until ready.

Boiled egg meatballs

10

Serve warm with a garnish you wish.

Boiled egg meatballs

 

If I can do it, so can you!
Bon appetit!

 

Ingredients

 600 g minced meat (pork or mixed with beef)
 6 eggs
 1 medium sized onion
 50 g bacon (optional)
 stupms of about 10 mushrooms
 1 pinch salt
 1 pinch black pepper
 1 pinch savory
 1 pinch garlic powder
 1 pinch onion powder
 ½ bunch finely chopped fresh parsley

Directions

1

Boil 5 of the eggs and peel them. Cut the eggs in halves. Leave the remaining egg for the meatball mixture.

2

Put the minced meat in a bowl. I usually do not buy ready mince, but I take meat and I ask to be grinded at the store. In order not to be high-carbohydrated, very often I don't put soaked bread or bread crumbs in the meatballs mixture and. I use the mushroom stumps or husk *. Since I cooked baked mushrooms with butter the same day, I used the mushroom stumps, grinded them in a blender and added them to the meatballs. If you like, you can do it too. But you can add husk or just bread soaked in water or milk and then drained.
* Husk is the seed coat of the Indian white plantain that grows in India and Pakistan. These are natural fibers that are highly hygroscopic and taken with water increase their volume and have a beneficial effect on the digestive functions of the body. The husk can be added to a breakfast cereal, fresh juices, in cookies to replace the flour.

Boiled egg meatballs

3

Add the remaining raw egg to the meatballs mixture. I had a small slice of bacon in the fridge and decided to add it to the mince to make the meatballs taste better.

Boiled egg meatballs

4

Chop the onion and add it to the meatballs mixture. Add all the other spices. Optionally finely chop half a bunch of fresh parsley and add it, too. I skipped it because my daughter does not like parsley (for that I will save my comments :)).

Boiled egg meatballs

5

Mix all the ingredients and let rest for about 10 minutes.

Boiled egg meatballs

6

Start shaping the meatballs. Take the mince and flatten it approximately in the shape of a meatball. Place one half of the boiled egg on the mince.

Boiled egg meatballs

7

Close the meatball with a little more mince so that the cooked egg is not visible. You get a cute "fatter" meatball with the size of a small fist.

Boiled egg meatballs

8

Arrange the meatballs in a greased pan.

Boiled egg meatballs

9

Bake in a moderate heat until ready.

Boiled egg meatballs

10

Serve warm with a garnish you wish.

Boiled egg meatballs

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