Swedish Meatballs

http://newstartclub.com/recipe/145

Swedish Meatballs

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Instructions

This is a very meat-like ball suitable for spaghetti or barbecue sauce or gravy.

  1. Place onion, water, soy sauce and gluten flour in a food processor. Process until gluten becomes stringy and “developed.”
  2. Add remaining ingredients and mix well.
  3. Form into walnut-size balls. Bake 375° for about 40 minutes or until light brown.
  4. These may be placed immediately into the broth or frozen for later use.

Serves 10

Comments ( 7 ) Leave a Comment
  1. 1 Roseann Feb 15, 2012, 12:37 AM PST

    Does #4 in the instructions mean cooked immediately after you form the balls or immediately after they come out of the oven? Thank you for making all these wonderful recipes available online.

  2. 2 Richard Feb 16, 2012, 10:45 PM PST

    Please see the directions again. Should be clearer now.

  3. 3 Trudie Feb 24, 2012, 8:10 PM PST

    The meatballs are baked, then may be either frozen to use later or immediately put into the broth to soften and become tender. This second step is what gives them such a nice “meaty” quality.

    Blessings,
    Sally Christensen, NEWSTART Cooking School Instructor

  4. 4 Blondia Apr 2, 2012, 7:53 PM PDT

    The ingredients suggest that outcome shiuld be good . let me try it i think i will love it .How healthy is BRAGGS LIQUID AMINOS?

  5. 5 Trudie Apr 15, 2012, 9:08 PM PDT

    Braggs Liquid Aminos is a refined product from the soybean. Perhaps it’s greatest benefit over soy sauce, is that it does not go through a fermentation process. As with any refined food product, use sparingly. Whole plant foods eaten whole is always best.

  6. 6 Barb Feb 15, 2014, 3:03 PM PST

    i make a version of these, using wgrain bread, to make crumbs, and bragg’s, and brewers yeast, and seasoning. what i do is add fava beans and garbanzo beans, blended; or can of refried, no fat pintos, w/ blended can of black beans. no oil or fat required, or gluten flour! can add fine chopped nuts/ground flax/sesame/sunflower seeds for additional texture and nutrition. i then either press into an oiled loaf pan for a mock meatloaf; or roll into golf ball size balls and put em on an oiled pan-bake 350- til browned and cook thru. i like to crumble a ball to make sloppy joes. the balls can be w/ marinara sauce w/ pasta; as a sandwich; or a gravy. any style of potatoes/pasta goes well w/ this mock meat.

  7. 7 Polly Mar 13, 2016, 2:12 PM PDT

    instead of putting in the broth, can I put in a sauce or gravy to bake? or do they need to boiled in broth first?
    thanks

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