Fast and Tasty Teriyaki “Meat” Balls

I absolutely love these little “meat” balls. They’re really simple, versatile and always tasty. For one, you can make them any flavor you want by simply switching the sauce you pour on them. You can eat them over rice, in a wrap, a pita pouch or over noodles. You could even make a sub sandwich with them if you wanted. I make a double batch sometimes and freeze them for a quick meal later on. They’re really cheap to make and you can add whatever you like to the mix to give it your own flavor. Hope you enjoy ~




Ingredients Needed :


  • 12 oz. tube package of Light Life beef mock sausage
  • 1 small green bell pepper, diced fine
  • 1 small onion, diced fine
  • 2 slices of white bread, torn and crumbled
  • Ener-G Egg Replacer, equaling two eggs, OR 2 flax eggs **
  • salt and pepper, garlic salt for seasoning to your taste
  • 1 jar, pouch, bottle of your chosen flavor ( I use teriyaki most of the time)
  • oil, for frying the meatballs
  • veggies of your choice for stir fry, optional



** HOW TO : make a flax egg replacer

1 egg = 1 TBSP. ground flax + 3 TBSP. water, whisked until fully combined and set for 5 minutes until gooey and uniform, resembling an egg in texture.




Mix sausage mock, diced bell pepper and onion, bread, egg replacer, and your choice of seasonings together in a large bowl. Mix well and roll into walnut sized balls. Heat oil in a skillet over medium heat, when the oil is hot enough, place the meatballs in turning once to fry evenly on both sides. Remove meat balls from oil and add to a stir fry, or simply pour your favorite sauce on top. Dress the meatballs however you choose and enjoy ~ It’s really that simple 🙂





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