Asian Meatballs - Thermomix and Paleo

"Adapted from Nomnompaleo. The original calls for ground beef only. I decided to use half beef and half pork - it tastes Asianier. And, of course, I adapted the recipe for the Thermomix which makes all things better brighter and easier in the kitchen!"
 
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Ready In:
45mins
Ingredients:
10
Yields:
42 meatballs
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Place all veggies in the TM bowl, Hit turbo 2 or 3 times until all the ingredients are minced.
  • Add tomato paste, fish sauce, salt and pepper. Mix 15 seconds/reverse speed 2.
  • Tip this mixture into a large bowl. Add the meat and mix by hand until the veggies are completely incorporated into the meat. Form into meatballs - I usually get 36-42.
  • Place the meatballs on the steaming trays. Add 1 liter water to the Thermomix bowl. Steam 25 minutes/varoma temperature/speed soft.

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