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Meatless Vegetable Balls

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Adjust Servings:
2 Cups Mashroom finely chopped
Half Tsp Thyme
3 Garlic Cloves crushed
Half Tsp Oregano
1 Cup Celery diced
½ Cup Capsicum Diced
2 Onions
1 Cup Cauliflower finely chopped
3 Tbsp Chickpea Flour
½ Cup Mixed nuts Light Crushed
1 Tbsp Coconut oil @ room temperature
Kosher Salt To taste
1 Cup Fresh Broccoli finely chopped

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Meatless Vegetable Balls

Vegetable Meatless Balls


      These Meatless Vegetable Balls are Glten Free, Vegan, Vegeterian Friendly and are absolutely delicious

      • 55
      • Serves 4
      • Easy




      I created this veggie meatless balls out of my love for meatballs. These are absolutely divine succulent and so delicious. They are moist inside and so flavourful you will be amazed. Even the small and big kids will love these and  ask you to make more and more. Gluten Free. Vegan and Vegetarian Friendly, dairy free, wheat free


      5 Mins

      Start Cooking

      Heat the oven at @ 180 degrees Celsius. In a saucepan on medium heat stir fry onions in 2 Tbsp of olive oil or coconut oil until fragrant for 1 minute. Add celery, broccoli, cauliflower and stir until soft. Add the grated carrots, mushrooms, capsicum and the spices and mix together to combine. Add the lightly crushed mixed nuts and garlic and stir to until combined.

      2 Mins

      Mixing the chickpea flour

      Mix the stock cubes in ¼ cup of water and add to the vegetable mixture and then add the chickpea flour. Mix together to combine to form a consistency that you can roll into vegetable balls. Using your hands form the vegetable balls to a size you like and put in a tray on baking paper. Note Chickpea flower is a a good binding flour so these should not break if you get it right.



      Bake in the oven for 25 to 30 minutes. I recommend you cover the tray with a baking sheet for the first 15 minutes just so they cook and bind without browning too quickly. When done let them sit for 5 minutes before serving.
      Serve with your favourite dipping sauce or salad or make your power bowl that includes avocado or rice with a sauce and these on the side. Party finger food, Lunch boxes. Keeps in the fridge for up to 3 days.


      My name is Angie, and welcome to my Blog! I love to cook and stay healthy and want to share that passion with you. Here you will find many delicious and healthy options recipes that are mainly plant-based and easy to make for everyone on many occasions.

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      Yes, you can totally. Nuts are there to create a balanced meal and also to create interesting texture. But you can substitute with anything you like.

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