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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Black Bean Meatballs (vegan)

I finally made a vegan meatball that I am very pleased with! I would not hesitate to serve these to guests, not at all.

And now you all can make them too, as I am sharing the recipe.

I made a large batch, feel free to halve it if you think it's too much. It made enough for our family for supper (including a teenage boy), with some leftovers, but not enough for a whole meal more.

3 cups of cooked black beans
1 c. diced onion, sauteed till carmelized
3 cloves garlice, diced, and sauteed till browned
2 medium carrots, diced, and sauteed

Process all of the above together in a food processor. Add liquid if needed (I added about 1/3 cup)

Transfer to a large mixing bowl

Add:
1/4 c. sesame butter (ground sesame seeds)
1/2 c. oats
2/3 c. whole wheat flour
1 T. smoked paprika
salt, pepper to taste

Mix well. Form balls and place on a greased baking sheet. Bake at 425 F (220 C) for about 20-25 min. Don't overcook them!

Serve your favorite way to serve meatballs. We ate them with rice and a sweet and sour sauce.



Enjoy!

p.s. I soak and cook a huge batch of black beans at once and then freeze for later use.

6 comments:

  1. Would these hold up in a 'cholent' on a plata?

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    1. Probably they would just turn to mush like that. I once cooked them in tomato sauce, and I ended up with mush in my sauce. It still tasted really good, though.

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  2. Sounds good, sesame butter is Tahina Golmi?

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    1. actually it's chem'at sumsum. but techina golmit will work also...

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  3. saw your recipe on pinterest. Just started following you and look forward to going through your recipes. The " meatballs" look great!
    Please come visit me too ( vegetarian gluten free) .. I would love a follow back at www.glutenfreematters.com

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    1. Hi Judee! Hope you like my recipes! Be sure to let me know which you like best!
      I'll be happy to check out your site!

      Oh, and I probably shouldn't admit that I have no idea how pinterest works! Who pinned my recipe? I'd love to know...

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