Veggie Balls with Herbilogy Moringa Extract Powder
Once in a while, it's good to take a break from eating meat and venture into the world of plant-based dishes for a varied assortment of nutrients.
If you're new to this diet scheme, this veggie balls is a good start. This tasty and easy recipe will not disappoint and we can guarantee that even meat-lovers will love it just as much.
Nutritious, satisfying, and delectable; here's how to make them:
(Makes 25-30 balls)
1 head raw cauliflower (makes 300g florets)
1/2 carrot (60g)
1/2 cup cooked corn kernels
3/4 cup all-purpose flour + 1/2 cup soy or other non-dairy milk
1/2 tbsp @herbilogyph malunggay powder
1 tsp salt, or to taste
1 cup fresh malunggay or spinach leaves, chopped
Ketchup or other dipping sauce of choice
- Mix the all purpose flour and non-dairy milk in a bowl. Set aside.
- Process or mince the cauliflower. Finely process or mince the carrots as well.
- Add the cauliflower and carrots in a bowl. Mix in the corn and flour and milk mixture. Add in the malunggay powder, salt, and fresh spinach or malunggay. Mix everything until all incorporated.
- Season with more sat if needed.
- Shape into balls or your desired shape.
- Heat frying pan with oil. Once hot, fry the balls until golden brown on each side. Drain excess oil and enjoy while hot with your favourite dipping sauce!
Baking option: Heat oven to 350F. Place balls on a lined baking tray. Drizzle some oil. Bake for 45-50 minutes until brown and crisp. Flip halfway through cooking.
You can snack on these veggie balls, or have them for lunch or dinner with a salad, pasta, or rice. The amount of nutrients found in this dish makes it a great addition to your child’s diet.Go ahead and try!