An always-present element in Swedish cuisine is the famously acclaimed “meatballs”. Whether it is a daily recipe or part of the traditional Christmas table (“julbord”), meatballs are a fundamental part of Scandinavian cuisine one can’t just ignore when considering a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle. How can we make an alternative that doesn’t use meat but provides all the taste and flavor of such? Take a look at the following Promyc FungiBalls and how we created them using Promyc in mince form.
Ingredients we used
- 500g Promyc Mince
- 1 1/2 dl cream, milk or vegan alternative
- 5 tablespoons bread crumbles
- 1/2 Onion
- 1/2 Garlic Clove
- 1 egg or margarine as vegan alternative
- Salt and pepper
How we made it
We created these Promyc Fungiballs just as you would create regular Swedish meatballs. Mix milk/cream with breadcrumbs, mix the Promyc mince. Add the egg, onion, and parlsey and let it soak for a while so everything binds together nicely! After this, you only need to roll it into ball shapes. Warm a pan hot with margarine and fry the FungiBalls evenly on all sides.
The Promyc FungiBalls are juicy and tasty much like their meat counterpart. They acquire a great brown color as they fry, delivering results that often cannot be achieved by plant-based alternatives. We are definitely impressed and willing for you to give it a try! Contact us now if you want early access to Promyc and try to create your own FungiBalls!