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Vegetable meatballs

Vegetable meatballs


Peel a squash, grate it and cook it for about 20 minutes, then crush it with a fork.

Finely chop the onion in 2 tablespoons of olive oil until soft.

Put the zucchini through the large-mesh grater, then squeeze it well.

Carrot and parsnip are given through the grater with small meshes, we grind the garlic and we cut the parsley into small pieces.

Mix the vegetables with the egg, breadcrumbs, salt and pepper and refrigerate for 30 minutes. After this time if the mixture is too soft you can add 1 tablespoon of flour. I did not consider it necessary.

Form suitable balls that we fry in hot oil and then take them out on a paper towel.


Raw vegan meatballs from vegetables and seeds

All the ingredients are mixed in the robot and left to soak for 15 minutes. If the composition does not add up, add more sunflower flour.

With a wet hand, lumps form. They will be placed on the dehydrator screen and pressed with a spoon to give them the shape of meatballs. They can be dried at 40 degrees C for 7-8 hours or eaten on the spot.

Storage method: can be kept in the refrigerator in a glass container with a lid for 2 days.


Vegetable meatballs (fasting)

If until now you avoided making meatballs from vegetables, fasting, now you have no reason to avoid this recipe! Guaranteed success!

Ingredient:

Zucchini - 2 (small)
Carrots- 1
Onions- 1
Garlic - 3 puppies
Ardei kapia- 1
Potatoes- 1
Corn- 2-3 tbsp
Greenery (I used dill)
Flaxseed + sesame mixture - 3 tablespoons (sesame is optional, but flaxseed acts as a substitute for the egg, it remains mandatory in the recipe!)
Warm water - 9 tablespoons
Flour - 4 tablespoons with tip
Breadcrumbs - 4 tablespoons with tip
Baking soda - 1 teaspoon
Salt
Pepper
Oil - for frying

1-Zucchini, carrots, onions, peppers, potatoes and even garlic are put on the grater with small meshes.
2-Chop the greens finely.
3-Mix the grated vegetables with the corn and chopped greens and leave for 10-15 minutes.
4-Grind the seed mixture (with a grinder) and mix with warm water and leave for 10-15 minutes.
5-After the waiting time, drain the vegetables from the leftover liquid and mix with the rest of the ingredients (including the mixture of seeds and water).
6-Form meatballs with slightly damp hand and fry in oil, over medium heat, until nicely browned on both sides.

If the composition is slightly fluid (depending on the amount of vegetables), add a little more flour.


Vegetable meatballs (fasting)

If until now you avoided making meatballs from vegetables, fasting, now you have no reason to avoid this recipe! Guaranteed success!

Ingredient:

Zucchini - 2 (small)
Carrots- 1
Onions- 1
Garlic - 3 puppies
Ardei kapia- 1
Potatoes- 1
Corn- 2-3 tbsp
Greenery (I used dill)
Flaxseed + sesame mixture - 3 tablespoons (sesame is optional, but flaxseed acts as a substitute for the egg, it remains mandatory in the recipe!)
Warm water - 9 tablespoons
Flour - 4 tablespoons with tip
Breadcrumbs - 4 tablespoons with tip
Baking soda - 1 teaspoon
Salt
Pepper
Oil - for frying

1-Zucchini, carrots, onions, peppers, potatoes and even garlic are put on the grater with small meshes.
2-Chop the greens finely.
3-Mix the grated vegetables with the corn and chopped greens and leave for 10-15 minutes.
4-Grind the seed mixture (with a grinder) and mix with warm water and leave for 10-15 minutes.
5-After the waiting time, drain the vegetables from the leftover liquid and mix with the rest of the ingredients (including the mixture of seeds and water).
6-Form meatballs with slightly damp hand and fry in oil, over medium heat, until nicely browned on both sides.

If the composition is slightly fluid (depending on the amount of vegetables), add a little more flour.


Meatballs or parjoale! Did you think that these wonders are done only in the picturesque places in Romania? Not. They are prepared, for example, in France. About the recipe put into practice in Hexagon, in the following. Before we get to work, let's just say this: French meatballs are made quickly and offer an unforgettable taste!

French meatballs / parjoale. ingredients:

- 600 grams of minced meat


Fluffy meatballs with vegetables and rice

Some vegetables left in the fridge after Christmas, not too many, not too few, all of them little by little, as my mother says. What to do, how to do it, let's turn them into a few fluffy meatballs, only good to be bitten by a mouth always hungry.

Today, after an overhaul of the refrigerator, I took out all the remaining vegetables. I decided to do the dances, some cute and fluffy meatballs with rice. I tried another time to make meatballs with rice and they were really tasted and appreciated by the young lady, so I knew I was safe.

ingredients:

  • 100 gr champinion mushrooms
  • 1/2 onion
  • 1/3 carrot
  • 1/3 red bell pepper
  • a few bunches of broccoli
  • 1 small clove of garlic
  • 2 quail eggs
  • 30 gr cheddar
  • 2 lg of rice
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

How I proceeded:

  • I put the vegetables in a chopper and chopped them, I chopped the mushrooms with a knife
  • I washed the rice well and put it to boil, and I smothered the vegetables in the pan until all the liquid drops
  • I let the vegetables cool for about 10 ', during which time I rinsed the rice, mixed it with olive oil, beaten eggs and grated cheddar
  • after cooling, I added the vegetables and mixed
  • with lightly floured hands, I formed the meatballs that I placed nicely in the prepared tray, after which I invited them in the preheated oven at 190 degrees, for 30 '

I served the meatballs next to a radish salad.
Good appetite!


Fluffy meatballs with vegetables and rice

Some vegetables left in the fridge after Christmas, not too many, not a few, all of them little by little, as my mother says. What to do, how to do it, let's turn them into a few fluffy meatballs, only good to be bitten by a mouth always hungry.

Today, after an overhaul of the refrigerator, I took out all the remaining vegetables. I decided to do the dances, some cute and fluffy meatballs with rice. I tried another time to make meatballs with rice and they were really tasted and appreciated by the young lady, so I knew I was safe.

ingredients:

  • 100 gr champinion mushrooms
  • 1/2 onion
  • 1/3 carrot
  • 1/3 red bell pepper
  • a few bunches of broccoli
  • 1 small clove of garlic
  • 2 quail eggs
  • 30 gr cheddar
  • 2 lg of rice
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

How I proceeded:

  • I put the vegetables in a chopper and chopped them, I chopped the mushrooms with a knife
  • I washed the rice well and put it to boil, and I smothered the vegetables in the pan until all the liquid drops
  • I let the vegetables cool for about 10 ', during which time I rinsed the rice, mixed it with olive oil, beaten eggs and grated cheddar
  • after cooling, I added the vegetables and mixed
  • with lightly floured hands, I formed the meatballs that I placed nicely in the prepared tray, after which I invited them in the preheated oven at 190 degrees, for 30 '

I served the meatballs next to a radish salad.
Good appetite!


Meatballs or parjoale! Did you think that these wonders are done only in the picturesque places in Romania? Not. They are prepared, for example, in France. About the recipe put into practice in Hexagon, in the following. Before we get to work, let's just say this: French meatballs are made quickly and offer an unforgettable taste!

French meatballs / parjoale. ingredients:

- 600 grams of minced meat


Yasai Itame - Vegetables passed quickly through the fire. How to cook recipes from Japan for Romanian meals. VIDEO

I'm as honest as can be, I've been looking for a translation as close as possible to stir fry, but I did not find. Word for word, stir fry It would be stir fry, but it sounds very awkward and in addition, we try to relax, we get quite restless. At the risk of repeating myself for those who know, stir fry it's a way to cook over high heat, mixing all the ingredients quickly. Frying by stirring, confusing. Yasai itame that would mean, cooked vegetables stir fry. I told them Vegetables passed quickly through the fire and if anyone finds a better translation, please write it to me.

Although it's called Vegetables passed quickly through the fire, the classic recipe also has meat, but vegetarians can adapt it by removing the meat from the ingredients, if they are ok with the oyster sauce.

  • Pork - 200 grams
  • Onions - 1
  • Cabbage - ¼, or 200 grams
  • Carrots - 1
  • Garlic - 2 puppies
  • Ginger - about 2.5 cm - 10 grams
  • Optional, if you find
  • Soybeans - 100 grams
  • Pea pods - 50 grams
  • Salt and pepper, a pinch

Pork marinade:

Below, the video recipe. You can find more recipes on the YouTube channel Jōji Recipes from Japan.


Yasai Itame - Vegetables passed quickly through the fire. How to cook recipes from Japan for Romanian meals. VIDEO

I'm as honest as can be, I've been looking for a translation as close as possible to stir fry, but I did not find. Word for word, stir fry It would be stir fry, but it sounds very awkward and in addition, we try to relax, we get quite restless. At the risk of repeating myself for those who know, stir fry it's a way to cook over high heat, mixing all the ingredients quickly. Frying by stirring, confusing. Yasai itame that would mean, cooked vegetables stir fry. I told them Vegetables passed quickly through the fire and if anyone finds a better translation, please write it to me.

Although it's called Vegetables passed quickly through the fire, the classic recipe also has meat, but vegetarians can adapt it by removing the meat from the ingredients, if they are ok with the oyster sauce.

  • Pork - 200 grams
  • Onions - 1
  • Cabbage - ¼, or 200 grams
  • Carrots - 1
  • Garlic - 2 puppies
  • Ginger - about 2.5 cm - 10 grams
  • Optional, if you find
  • Soybeans - 100 grams
  • Pea pods - 50 grams
  • Salt and pepper, a pinch

Pork marinade:

Below, the video recipe. You can find more recipes on the YouTube channel Jōji Recipes from Japan.


Vegetable meatballs

Sometimes I like to remember my childhood days. I remember madly waking up early in the morning and enjoying a hearty breakfast. loved meatballs (or & ldquoparjoalele & rdquo) of vegetables that my mother used to make. They simply filled me with joy and were a wonderful way to start a gloomy school day! & # 128578

Every time I get nostalgic, I try to recreate various dishes from my childhood (remember my recipe for milk with rice?). And among them are, of course, my mother's vegetable meatballs. Of course, given that I'm trying to now I'm on a vegan diet, I can no longer use eggs, but I know some alternatives and substitutes that work great. So, let's get started!

Today's recipe is a vegan and healthy alternative to one of the best snacks in the world. It's a quick and easy way to prepare a great appetizer, suitable for moments when you don't feel like staying in the kitchen for more than 10 minutes. I'm talking, of course, about vegetable meatballs! & # 128578

Vegetable meatballs are one of the most popular snacks loved by children, but this does not mean that only the little ones can enjoy them. These meatballs are made from a variety of delicious vegetables, among which carrots, cucumbers and zucchini are most often used, but you can experiment with your favorite vegetables, of course!

If you are bored of eating the same mixture of vegetables Mexican, you can throw it in a bowl and turn it into meatballs. Why not?

Vegetable meatballs cook surprisingly fast - that's why it's the perfect snack (or, even better - dinner!) For those days when you come home from the office exhausted and don't feel like cooking anything. The next time this happens to you and you want to order, think twice, rummage in the fridge for ingredients that you can cut and fry together. The meatballs can be ready in a few minutes and enjoyed as such or with a salad & ndash if you still have the patience to prepare it, of course!

For these vegan meatballs you will need to replace dairy products with your favorite substitutes, as well as eggs. But what if I told you that for this recipe you only need a few grated vegetables, fresh and aromatic herbs, flour and that's it? Yes, yes, that's all!

Classic meatballs are a kind of mini omelettes with various other ingredients added to the component. But that doesn't mean vegan options can't be as tasty! All you have to do is decide what ingredients you want to use. I like to put zucchini and other classic combinations of vegetables such as carrots, zucchini, bell peppers, cucumbers and, of course, green onions. Red onions can make meatballs more filling and salty, while bell peppers will make them sweeter, especially if it's red. But the decision is yours!

The only thing you need to keep in mind when it comes to meatball ingredients is that they need to be finely chopped. So, I decided to put them directly on the grater and solve the problem quickly.

As for the sauce (because yes, the sauce takes them to a completely different level), I prefer to eat them with a little chutney, but an equally good option is to pass in this avocado and mix it with lime juice. If you like spicy sauces, you can use your favorite! A good sauce will enhance the flavors of meatballs in two steps and three movements.

Vegetable meatballs are an extremely versatile snack. You can serve them for breakfast, lunch or dinner, brunch or midnight snack.

You can even serve them at a festive dinner, along with other appetizers. Believe me, they will become the main attraction among friends and family! Even carnivorous experts think they can agree that they are delicious.

Ah, and here's another idea that came to my mind & ndash you can even try to do a sandwich using vegetable meatballs. You can use them instead of meat in a burger, this turning, this time, into a healthy meal.

You can also try various spice combinations. Vegetable meatballs taste best salted, but pepper and other spicy spices can also be very suitable!

I hope you will like to prepare this simple but effective recipe. Please tell me how it turned out or if you chose to serve them in a different way, maybe. I am always curious to listen to your opinions and suggestions! & # 128578


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