|Total Fat||21 g|
|Saturated Fat||7.5 g |
|Sodium||674 mg |
|Total Carbohydrate||3 g|
|Dietary Fiber||0.5 g |
These meatballs freeze well in resealable plastic bags and are great to have on hand for a quick dinner.
||1/3 cup |
| Potato flour (can substitute corn starch)||1 tablespoon|
||2/3 cup |
||½ + 2 teaspoons |
|Yellow onion, grated
||2 tablespoons |
|85% lean ground beef
||1 pound |
||1 teaspoon |
| White pepper (can substitute black pepper)||1/8 teaspoon|
- In a large bowl, mix together the oats, potato flour, and water. Let sit for about 10 minutes.
- Meanwhile, heat ½ teaspoon canola oil in a small nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and sauté until golden, 3-4 minutes.
- Add the ground beef and salt to the oat mixture and stir to combine. Then add in the egg, pepper, and sautéed onions and use a wooden spoon or your hands to mix until well-combined.
- Wet hands and form meat mixture into small balls, making sure that they are all about the same size. (Recipe should make anywhere from 30-40 meatballs, depending on size). Place meatballs on a wet cutting board.
- Heat remaining 2 teaspoons of canola oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add about 1/3 to ½ of the meatballs. Shake the pan so that they cook evenly while retaining round shape. Once browned on all sides, reduce heat to medium-low and continue cooking for another 3-5 minutes, until cooked through. Repeat with remaining meatballs.
3 medium-fat meats; 2 fats
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