Best Meatball recipe ever

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Best Meatball recipe ever

Fewer calories, less fat, and higher levels of important nutrients such as vitamin E, omega 3 fatty acids and beta carotene. Yes, these are some of the benefits of eating sustainable meat from beef raised on pasture.

Additional benefits are: no use of non-therapeutic antibiotics and growth hormones. More health benefits below after the recipe.

Best Meatball recipe ever

The Servings:

No of servings: 4 persons


The Ingredients

Main Ingredients

  1. 500g beef meat (minced)
  2. 500g potatoes (peeled and cut into cubes)
  3. Carrots (qty=3); (peeled and cut into cubes)

Spices & Condiments

  1. Ginger/Garlic paste (½tsp)
  2. Cinnamon powder (¼tsp)
  3. Chilli powder (½tsp)
  4. Cumin powder (1tsp)
  5. Tomato paste (2tbs)
  6. Tomatoes (qty=4); Fresh, chopped
  7. Onion (qty=2); sliced
  8. Green chilli (qty=2); slit
  9. Bread (qty= 1 slice); soaked and squeezed
  10. Flour (1tbs)
  11. Canned peas (3tbs)
  12. Salt and pepper to taste


  1. Parsley (qty=1tbs); (chopped)
  2. Coriander leaves (3 branches); (chopped)

The Tasty and Healthy Secret (which makes the difference)

  1. Fresh beef meat (quantity as above); it’s definitely tastier than frozen meat.

The Directions (in Easy steps)

  1. Place the minced meat in a mixing bowl, then add the following:
    1. The Ginger/Garlic paste
    2. The Cinnamon powder
    3. The Chilli powder
    4. Half of the tomato paste
    5. Half of the sliced onions
    6. The squeezed bread
    7. The chopped parsley
    8. Salt and pepper to taste
  2. Mix all the above well.
  3. Now prepare 8 to 10 balls with the fresh meat mixture.
  4. Then roll the balls slightly in the flour until evenly coated.
  5. Deep fry the meatballs until golden brown. Drain and keep aside.
  6. Now Stir-fry the remaining sliced onions and the carrots for 2 minutes.
  7. Then add the potatoes and a glass of water.
  8. Salt and pepper to taste; mix, cover and let cook until done.
  9. Now add the tomato paste, the chopped tomatoes, the cumin powder and the green chillies and mix well.
  10. Then add the meatballs, the canned peas and a glass of water.
  11. Mix gently, cover and let cook till the meatballs are well softened.
  12. Finally sprinkle the chopped coriander leaves.


The potatoes can also be cut into chunks instead of cubes; the carrots can be cut into small pieces instead of cubes.

Health Benefits of Carrots:

Carrots are full of vitamins and minerals. In addition, they are best known for being a rich source of a type of antioxidant known as beta-carotene.the health benefits of carrots

  1. Carrots helps in lowering cholesterol level.
  2. They also prevent heart disease.
  3. They help improving digestion.
  4. Help to combat diabetes.
  5. Healthy skin; a solution for oily skin.
  6. The Beta-carotenes in carrots improves eyesight.
  7. Helps to keep your gums in good health.
  8. Helps combating anemia.
  9. A source of calcium, essential for healthy bone and ligament development.
  10. They are fertility boosters.
  11. Helps in combating hair loss.
  12. Improves the immune system

Nutritional Information:

Carrots are full of vital nutrients. In addition to those mentioned above, they contain the following vitamins and minerals.

  • Vitamins A, B6, C, E and K1
  • Potassium and calcium
  • It also contains phytoestrogen, helps reduce pain during menstruation.
  • The galactagogue it contains improves the production of quality milk in new mothers.
  • Anti-oxidants: lutein, alpha and beta-carotene.



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  • Imam

    Humm… the recipe seems to be yummy.
    Good impression for healthy eating.
    my question is➡
    What is phytoestrogen???

    • Greetings Imam,
      The word phytoestrogens comes from the Greek word “phyto,” or plant, and “estrogen,” the hormone that causes fertility in all female mammals. Phytoestrogens have also been termed dietary estrogens because they’re not created by the human endocrine system.
      Phytoestrogens are compounds that naturally occur in plants. They’re also found in a wide range of plant foods. If you eat fruits, veggies, legumes, and some grains, you get phytoestrogens from your diet. A plant-based diet is very rich in natural phytoestrogens in healthy amounts, especially from soy.

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