Meatballs in Dijon Gravy
by Collette White | 2 September, 2019
Good Morning friends! I hope this finds you all well. I love the comfort food of meatballs in a sauce with mash but so many recipes I have for them have a tomato based sauce which I can’t eat. So I wanted to create a delicious, comforting meatball in gravy dish that my entire family can enjoy. Gluten, Dairy and Tomato free and absolutely delicious …. it may leaving you wanting to make a double batch next time! I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
500g beef mince
500g chicken mince
¼ cup rice flour
1 tblspn parsley flakes
1 tspn garlic powder
good pinch salt and pepper
** ½ cup rice flour – extra
3 brown onions – cut into eighths
2 cups bone broth or stock
2 heaped tblspns Dijon mustard
2 heaped tblspns honey
1 tspn garlic powder
1 heaped tblspn rice flour
Mash potato or rice and vegetables or salad
In a large bowl place all ingredients for the meatballs, except for the extra ½ cup rice flour. Combine thoroughly (I use my hands to do this as I find it works best).
Use a 1/3 cup scoop to make even sized meatballs. Once the meatballs are made, roll them gently into the extra rice flour and set aside.
Bring a large pan to a high heat and add a good drizzle of oil. Add the meatballs to the pan and cook for 4-5 minutes until browned, set aside on a plate.
Add the onion to the pan and stir over a medium heat for 2-3 minutes – be careful not to burn them.
To the onions in the pan add the bone broth, dijon mustard, honey and garlic powder. Stir over a medium – high heat until this mixture is boiling.
Once boiling, reduce heat to low, add the rice flour and stir until all lumps are gone.
Add the meatballs to the pan with the gravy and place a lid on.
Cook for 10 minutes on low. Turn meatballs and cook for a further 10 minutes on low.
Take Care of You,
“If your household is anything like mine, afternoons and evenings can be chaotic with after school sports, homework and extra curricular activities. At the end of a long day the last thing I feel like doing is cooking, yet I know my family need to be fed!”
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“As a Mum of four, I understand what it is like to juggle fulltime work and being a fulltime Mum, whilst wanting to provide a healthy and tasty lunch box for my children that is not going to get sent home without being eaten or have me slaving in the kitchen for hours.”
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