Super-Easy Savoury Festive Balls with an Orange Twist

These are super easy to make, delightful and kids love them too.  Enjoy !

Serve with sweet chilli sauce, or any other relishes your heart desires.

 

INGREDIENTS

6 non-meat faux sausages (I use Linda McCartney) – if frozen, allow them to thaw, then process and set aside in a large bowl

1 onion, finely chopped

2 cloves garlic, finely chopped

a handful of flat-leaf parsley, finely chopped

salt to taste

1 tsp egg replacer powder (I use Orgram, available from here, or if in the US, try this link)

3 slices brown bread, processed into breadcrumbs

the zest of an orange

the juice of ½ an orange

a pinch of cinnamon

¼ tsp curry powder

 

METHOD

  1. After processing the ingredients that need processing, place in a large bowl, and roll into meatball sizes.
  2. Set aside and refrigerate for over an hour (even overnight will do the job)
  3. Fry until golden (deep fry for a deeper crunchier colour and texture) . Serve and Enjoy !

 

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8 Comments

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  2. Bye Bye going on a loooong trip.

     
  3. Enjoy it and Happy New Year Joe 2014 !

     
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  5. Just eating these now after making them yesterday. They are really nice can taste the orange. Cooked in coconut oil. Will be making these again

     
  6. That’s great to know Juanita – so glad you made and enjoyed them ! 🙂

     
  7. I made these today. They were super tasty but I had trouble getting them to cook all the way through. Maybe a note for anyone trying these to make them small and deep fry them to keep them together. I also popped them in the oven for a bit after deep frying. Not a problem with the recipe, just some more specific instructions to help with this problem 🙂 I loved the orange zing and they went really well with sweet chilli sauce as you suggested.

     
  8. Hi Rebecca and thanks for dropping by here. I have mentioned to deep fry them for a crunchier texture. That said, it does depend on the size of the balls and also what vegan sausage meat one uses – the Linda McCartney sausages lend themselves beautifully for this recipe and require moderate frying. Hope you enjoy many other recipes from my blog ! Best your way in the meantime ! 🙂

     

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