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Vegan Beef Ball

10 Reviews
$7.45
Product Code: C012
Quantity in Stock: 32 in stock!

Product Information

GLUTEN FREE
WEIGHT 1.31LBS

INGREDIENTS
•Water•Bleached Starch•Pasting Agent (Acetylated Distarch Phosphate, Sodium Polyacrylate) •Konjac Powder •Salt • Glutinous Rice Flour•Quality Improvement Agent (Sodium Carbonate Anhydrous Dioxide)•Sugar• Coloring Agent (Titanium Dioxide) •Coagulating Agents (Sodium Polyphosphate, Sodium Pyrophosphate, Potassium Metaphosphate) •Antioxidant (Sodium Erythorbate)White Pepper

COOKING SUGGESTIONS
Boil the beef balls then add noodles or put into stew. Our beef balls have a very chewy texture due to the yam flour ingredient. Best way to prepare would be hot pot.

Boil the beef balls. Heat vegetable oil (approximately 350 degrees) in a wok. Prepare a batter using prepackaged tempura mix found at your local supermarket. Dip the beef balls into the tempura and make sure they are completely coated on both sides. Carefully put the beef balls into the wok and fry them until golden brown. Remove from the wok and drain excess oil with a paper towel. Serve hot with sweet and sour sauce!

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Reviews

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( 10 )
YEKHIEL OROKUNLE from Sacramento, CA United States
August 20, 2021
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Kim brokaw from Clinton , NJ United States
April 9, 2021
Smelled fishy. Texture was rubber.
Would give 0 stars if possible.
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Sophia Hsu from Brooklyn, NY United States
February 20, 2021
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Yaju Loomis from West Bloomfield, MI United States
February 16, 2021
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Saryta Rodriguez from Brooklyn, NY United States
July 16, 2020
Nothing like beef, no preparation guidance
This tastes nothing like beef, and is very obviously the same texture as the prawns (konjac?). Great texture for mimicking prawns or shrimp, but not beef! To make matters worse, unlike most May Wah products, there is very little advice on how to cook them. To boot, the advice given specifies breading them-- so if you don't have breading or you don't want to bread them, you're pretty much on your o
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