Vegan String Meat Ball
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Vegan String Meat Ball

6 Reviews
$11.60
Product Code: C006
Quantity in Stock: 26 in stock!

Product Information

GLUTEN FREE
WEIGHT 1.31 LBS

INGREDIENTS
·Soybean Fiber·Wheat Protein Condense·Soybean Oil·Salt·Vegetarian Seasonings (White Pepper,Black Pepper,Chinese Five Spice)

COOKING SUGGESTIONS
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Line the stewed meat ball side by side on a baking pan with little oil. Bake the stewed meat ball in the oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown. Feel free to turn the stewed meat ball to the other side. Remove them from the oven with mittens. Serve hot and enjoy!

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Reviews

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Hueiwen Tang from Rochester Hills, MI United States
March 5, 2022
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Howard Wu from Bayside, NY United States
December 30, 2020
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Paul Carr from West Yarmouth, MA United States
May 12, 2020
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Anonymous Person from CHANTILLY, VA United States
December 22, 2018
Reminded me of crab cake
They smell great. They taste great. They don't have the consistency of an Italian meatball made out of beef. My husband made a traditional tomato-based meatballs with spaghetti dish. We were ecstatic after eating the meal. Due to the texture of the meatballs, the product is not a substitute; it calls for a unique dish.
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Brenan Vassar from Longwood, FL United States
April 13, 2016
Very tasty.
These work just like the remade frozen meat balls you buy in the grocery store and taste just as good. Ive made these in pasta applications and my new favorite on skewers and grilled with bbq sauce. Also work great in a hot pot. They have a texture that is "stringy" like chicken or pork meat balls, thus why they are called string meat balls. Just in case you were wondering.
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