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Meatballs with Hidden Liver

Yields1 ServingPrep Time5 minsCook Time20 minsTotal Time25 mins

I'm always recommending to my clients to see where they can incorporate liver into their diet due to the high amounts of bioavailable nutrients it contains. It plays a key role in rebuilding nutritional deficiencies. Did you know that liver is one of the best sources of bio-available Vitamin A, it contains all the B Vitamins and is particularly high in Vitamin B12, iron and trace minerals. Adding a few spoons of liver pate into your meatballs or rissoles is one of the easiest ways to sneak in all of this goodness. I've also added in the Changing Habits Turmeric powder into this recipe, it also has amazing anti-inflammatory properties and so much more.

 1kg grass-fed beef mince
 2-4 tbsp pate
 1/2 - 1 tsp Changing Habits Seaweed Salt
 1/2 - 1 tsp cracked Changing Habits Pepper
 1 tsp Changing Habits Garam Masala
 1/2 tsp all spice
 1-2 tsp Changing Habits Turmeric Powder
 Butter or coconut oil for cooking
 Optional Add Ins; Changing Habits Cumin Powder, Changing Habits Coriander Seed Powder, Changing Habits Chilli Powder, dried or fresh herbs, chopped
1

Add all the ingredients into a large bowl and combine everything together evenly, use your hands to mix it all together.

2

Now heat a large frying pan on medium heat. Add some coconut oil or butter to the pan and allow it to melt all over.

3

Begin to roll the mince into meatballs and place them onto the pan to cook. Don't overcrowd the pan, you may have to cook them in a few batches.

4

Remove the meatballs from the pan once they are golden brown all over and cooked through and place them onto a plate.

5

Add more butter or coconut oil to the frying pan if needed and continue cooking the remaining meatballs.

6

When they're ready, serve with cauliflower puree and steamed greens.

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size Makes 40 meatballs