Saturday, February 18, 2017

Moroccan Spiced Meatball

moroccan spiced meatball breville
I tried a delicious easy to prepare Moroccan Spiced Meatball recipe in the instruction booklet that accompanied the Breville's Sous Chef 12. This Sous Chef is handy and wonderful for a variety of meal prep. 
moroccan spiced meatball breville
Moroccan Spiced Meatball 
500g boneless beef cut into 3/4" pieces
1 slice day old bread crust removed torn into small pieces
2 1/2 tbsp freshly chopped parsley
2 1/2 tbsp freshly chopped mint + 1 tbsp to garnish
2 tsp ground cumin
1 ½ tsp paprika
1 tsp ground cinnamon
¼ tsp ground allspice
1 egg
salt to taste if you are not going to make a sauce
2 tbsp oil

Assemble the food processor with the bowl, spindle, and S-blade. Add the beef into the bowl, secure the lid, and process for 10 seconds until it is minced then transfer to a bowl. Place the bread, parsley, mint, cumin,  paprika, cinnamon and allspice into the bowl and process for 10 seconds. Put the minced beef in the bowl and egg. Pulse until the mixture is combined. Form tablespoons of mixture into meatballs.

Add 1 tbsp oil in a frying pan and cook the meatballs over medium high heat. Cook in batches for 8 minutes or until browned and cooked through. Add more oil to the pan if needed. Transfer the cooked meatball into a large plate.

We can add these meatballs to pasta sauce, use it in a sandwich or make a curry and serve it as a side dish. 

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23 comments:

  1. Awesome love to try these meat balls

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  2. Sounds interesting, never tried anything Moroccan so it would be a new flavour to try. (Judy Cowan)

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  3. A little too spicy for my family. I would have to make milder.

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  4. I like the idea of the spiced meatballs as I find mine are rather bland. Thanks for the recipe.

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  5. Too funny. I was wanting to find a different sauce for meatballs about a week ago. This will be perfect for the next batch as I love the combinations!
    jan

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  6. I haven't tried Moroccan food yet, but these meatballs look really yummy.

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  7. I wonder if this would be as good if I substitute the beef with chicken. I can only eat beef occasionally (too much Iron) and I keep it for BBQ steak!

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  8. I've been to Morocco and I'm afraid these meat balls are too spicy for me.

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  9. That looks so yummy. Would like to give it a try!

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  10. Hi,I haven't tried Moroccan food yet,but those meatballs sure look tasty !

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  11. Sounds like a different tasting recipe, thanks for sharing

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  12. Sounds good. I am not a big fan of spicy food but this sounds like just the right amount of spice.

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  13. I have had meatballs like these before and they are so yummy!

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  14. I love spice so I'm sure I would love this!

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  15. Looks delish! Thanks for the recipe :-)

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  16. I would love to make these meatballs for my parents, they'd love them because they are big spice fans and love Moroccan food!

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  17. That sounds very interesting, I don't think I've had a lot of morroccan style food.

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  18. This is going to be on my mind all day....incredible recipe!

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  19. These sound amazing! I love Moroccan flavours!

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