Low-Carb Italian Meatballs
Good old fashioned meatballs to fill you up and stock up on iron, B vitamins and 11 different amino acids. What the heck is an amino acid? Proteins get broken down into different amino acids and then used to build neurotransmitters (think serotonin). Keeping it tomato free means the carb count is very low
Print Recipe Traditional Italian Meatballs
Mix all ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
Heat oil in a frying pan.
Shape into small evenly sized balls and fry in pan until cooked through, turning them over when half way through. You may find the oil splutters everywhere, if so put a lid on top on a angle to let heat out but keep your kitchen oil splutter free
Place on kitchen paper towels to drain when done. Serve with zucchini pasta, salad or vegetables
The beef mince can be replaced with chicken or even turkey mince