I and my girlfriend are building up our personal collection of veggie favorites. This is one of them - the meatfree-meatballs!
They contain dairy products and egg so the are not vegan. They taste fine and we actually managed to fool a few people that they were ordinary metaballs made from meat.

Step 1: Ingredients

 The ingredients:
1½ dl Grated cheese
1½ dl Ground almond (grind them yourself or by almond flour)
1½ dl Dried breadcrumbs
3 Eggs
2 tablespoons grated onion
1-4 tablespoons dried funnel chanterelle (Cantharellus tubaeformis) (Optional)
1 tablespoon soysauce
1/4 tablespoon Salt
Vhite pepper
Vegetable stock (preferably glutamate free)

The amounts can be multiplied, just try the taste before you fry them all. We've made up to a hundred balls at one time and it was really nice to fill up the fridge with them.
this can easily be made vegan. use daiya cheese and use a flax seed egg replacer.
Since you are collecting vegetarian recipes, try mine which I just posted on Instructables. Here's the link: http://www.instructables.com/id/BEST-EVER-VEGETARIAN-BURGERS/ <br> <br>And I have more on my youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Hectanooga1
Great Instructable! Thank you for taking the time to make this. Love your outdoor bath dinner. LOL.
Sorry about the non metric units, should have included a converson table. <br>1.5 deciliter is equalent to 0.63 cups. <br> <br>And the uses of tablespoons are illogical, i agree. We get remnants of the old system when we by plumbing stuff and some small volume measurements.
@ClayOgre <br> <br>1 Litre = 10 Decilitres (dl) = 100 Centilitres (cl) = 1000 Millilitres. Simple maths, just move the zeros. <br> <br>There a roughly 4 cups in a litre, so 250 ml = 25 cl = 2,5 dl is a cup. Better now ? <br> <br>Oh, and spoonfuls are usually used for small amounts, even in metric recipes, just for easiness-sake.
Ummm ... what's a dl? You list this as a unit in the ingredients.
Metric system. It's 10 cl and 0.1 liter. Find a converter online to find out how many cups or feet or whatever that is. America is the hell of logic
Further confusion ... The recipe says dl and you say cl. Typo? Okay so I am assuming dl is a decaliter? I was just confused because the rest of the recipe uses tablespoons, etc. So they don't do metric for that? Now who is being illogical.
Happy to share! Hope you like them.
Oh wow, I would really like to taste these. I love meatballs and honestly I don't mind most vegetarian dishes (tho I do eat meat) defiantly going on my fave list to make. :)

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