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Gluten Free Beef Filled Polenta Balls
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5 INGREDIENTS • 3 STEPS • 20MINS

Gluten Free Beef Filled Polenta Balls

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Soft, wholesome, gluten free and so versatile they make an ideal midweek dish whether your vegan, vegetarian or meat lover. Filled them with anything this polenta dough can take any flavour and transform it to deliver the most gorgeous meal.
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Mi Terruño Food
Hi, my name is Morella. I'm a foodie, cook, food photographer, and proud Italo - Venezuelan! My recipes are traditional creole cuisine of Venezuela, occasionally fused with traditional flavors of southern Italy.
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Soft, wholesome, gluten free and so versatile they make an ideal midweek dish whether your vegan, vegetarian or meat lover. Filled them with anything this polenta dough can take any flavour and transform it to deliver the most gorgeous meal.
20MINS
Total Time
$2.38
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
4
US / Metric
P.A.N.® Harina Flour
2 cups
P.A.N.® Harina Flour
Water
3 cups
Water
Salt
1 tsp
Tomato Sauce
6 1/4 cups
Tomato Sauce
Parmesan Cheese
to taste
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
286
Fat
3.1 g
Protein
8.5 g
Carbs
61.1 g
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Mi Terruño Food
Hi, my name is Morella. I'm a foodie, cook, food photographer, and proud Italo - Venezuelan! My recipes are traditional creole cuisine of Venezuela, occasionally fused with traditional flavors of southern Italy.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCifZtpcvsUMy7gcL2zo83Rg
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step 1
In a bowl add the P.A.N.® Harina Flour (2 cups), Salt (1 tsp), and Water (3 cups). Kneed until the dough is unified and smooth. Once the dough is soft make each ball at a time. With your finger start to create a whole in the middle of the ball to fit the filling.
step 1 In a bowl add the P.A.N.® Harina Flour (2 cups), Salt (1 tsp), and Water (3 cups). Kneed until the dough is unified and smooth. Once the dough is soft make each ball at a time. With your finger start to create a whole in the middle of the ball to fit the filling.
step 2
Fill the balls with your chosen filling, carefully close it and place on a plate. Repeat the process until all the dough is finished. In a pot place the Tomato Sauce (6 1/4 cups) to warm up at a medium temperature, carefully place the polenta balls and cover. Leave to cook for about 15 minutes.
step 2 Fill the balls with your chosen filling, carefully close it and place on a plate. Repeat the process until all the dough is finished. In a pot place the Tomato Sauce (6 1/4 cups) to warm up at a medium temperature, carefully place the polenta balls and cover. Leave to cook for about 15 minutes.
step 3
Halfway of the cooking time baste the balls with tomato sauce, cover and leave to cook for the remaining time. Once the balls are done, carefully with a fish slice or flat wooden spoon remove them from the pot and serve on each individual plate. Grate some Parmesan Cheese (to taste) over each ball. Serve and enjoy!
step 3 Halfway of the cooking time baste the balls with tomato sauce, cover and leave to cook for the remaining time. Once the balls are done, carefully with a fish slice or flat wooden spoon remove them from the pot and serve on each individual plate. Grate some Parmesan Cheese (to taste) over each ball. Serve and enjoy!
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Lunch
Shellfish-Free
Dinner
Vegetarian
Quick & Easy
Spring
Summer
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