Recipe for vegetarian meatballs made from seitan mince

Ingredients for recipe for vegetarian meatballs made from seitan mince

  • 1 Veggie Mince
  • 25 g binder (cornflour, potato flour or kuzu) mixed with 70 mL water
  • spices
  • a large dash of olive oil
  • 150g breadcrumbs

Preparation of recipe for vegetarian meatballs made from seitan mince

  1. In a large bowl, separate the mince using your hands.
  2. Add the binder of your choice and the nutmeg.
  3. Squeeze the mixture into small, firm balls, roll them in the breadcrumbs and fry over a high heat with a generous dash of oil.
  4. Fry until the balls form a crust. Drain well.

Tip of Chantal:

We couldn’t live without meatballs! Choose vegetarian seitan meatballs

Making meatballs really isn’t hard, and vegetarian seitan meatballs couldn’t be simpler. Delicious in soup, spaghetti, fondue, as a snack … these meatballs will be a firm favourite with young and old alike. The yummiest vegetarian meatballs are made from the best mince: Bertyn’s seitan mince is the ideal choice. It’s delicious with a great texture; it’s also high in protein and low in carbs.

Vegetarische chef Chantal Voets met bord eten in hand

Chantal Voets

The healthy recipes of Chantal Voets are organic, vegetarian and worldly! You can still eat Burgundian with a weekday organic world cuisine! Her healthy recipes reflect a pure kitchen with lots of fruit and vegetables, without meat and fish, with a nod to ecology (not plastic!) and fair trade. . The recipes she has collected have actually emerged over many years. Whether you are a vegetarian or only occasionally eat vegetarian food: the recipes from Chantal Voets will impress you..

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What fans say about Bertyn

Pasquale Tarantino

Fitness consultant

“When you cook seitan the taste depends on the spices you use, because seitan does not have much of a taste of its own. Thanks to its firm structure, seitan can be fried, roasted or barbecued, or simply on a pizza. You can find seitan in the cold section of your natural food and health food shops.”