Recipe; Promyc FungiBalls

Redefining Swedish meatballs with a vegetarian or vegan alternative that provides healthy protein without compromising in flavor and deliciousness! Looking for vegan meatballs and couldn’t find the ideal replacement? Let us know and you’ll be surprised!

An always-present element in Swedish cuisine is the famously acclaimed “meatballs”. Whether it is a daily recipe or part of the traditional Christmas table (“julbord”), meatballs are a fundamental part of Scandinavian cuisine one can’t just ignore when considering a vegetarian or vegan lifestyle. How can we make an alternative that doesn’t use meat but provides all the taste and flavor of such? Take a look at the following Promyc vegan meatballs and how we created them using Promyc in mince form.

Ingredients we used

  • 500g Promyc Mince
  • 1 1/2 dl cream, milk or vegan alternative
  • 5 tablespoons bread crumbles
  • 1/2 Onion
  • 1/2 Garlic Clove
  • 1 egg or margarine as vegan alternative
  • Salt and pepper
  • Parlsey

How we made it

We created these Promyc Fungiballs just as you would create regular Swedish meatballs. Mix milk/cream with breadcrumbs, mix the Promyc mince. Add the egg, onion, and parlsey and let it soak for a while so everything binds together nicely! After this, you only need to roll it into ball shapes. Warm a pan hot with margarine and fry the FungiBalls evenly on all sides.

Final verdict

The Promyc FungiBalls are juicy and tasty much like their meat counterpart. They acquire a great brown color as they fry, delivering results that often cannot be achieved by plant-based alternatives. We are definitely impressed and willing for you to give it a try! Contact us now if you want early access to Promyc and try to create your own FungiBalls!