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Whole30 Meatballs with Spicy Thai Chili Dip

Posted on January 05, 2017 by Alyssa Cassidy

Whole30 Meatballs with Spicy Thai Chili Dip

I feel like every time I start a Whole30, meatballs become an obsession. I think it's just that convenience. I can make a batch and keep in the fridge to top greens all week long. It's like backup emergency meal food that tastes good with anything. I love coming up with different combinations for my meatballs and it's super easy to get creative with the wide variety of Whole30 spice blends we carry. 

One of my favorites is the line from Spice Cave. Their Whole30 trio makes spicing up your foods delicious, and SO easy:  just grab a blend intended for your raw ingredients, shake, and go! No fuss, no stress. Everything that makes meat happy is in here. Use them freely, even if you're on Whole30. Now that's a delicious discovery. 

The combo pack includes one of each:

Land Blend, Savory Garlic Seasoning

Wind Blend, Herbaceous Seasoning 

Sea Blend, Peppery Citrus Seasoning

I like to break the rules though, and find myself using the Sea blend on chicken, Wind blend on fish, you get the idea. These are just downright good spice blends for making your Whole30 food the most flavorful can and should be. 

Here's how to make them

You'll need (click links to find the ingredients)

1/2 lb ground pork

1 tsp Spice Cave blend of choice

1/2 tsp Real Salt

1 egg

2 Tbsp coconut flour

handful of cilantro

1 green onion

2 Tbsp Primal Kitchen mayo

2 tsp Yai's chili garlic sauce

or use Primal Kitchen Chipotle Mayo without the chili garlic sauce added


Start by preheating oven to 425. 

Add onion and cilantro to a food processor or chop fine.

In a bowl mix pork, spice, egg, flour, cilantro, onion, and salt. 

If you have a cast iron, heat oil over medium heat on the stove top. If not using a cast iron skillet grease a baking sheet. 

Scoop mixture out by a tablespoon and roll into a tight ball. Add to skillet as you finish the batch. Once complete bake for 20 minutes until done.

For the sauce, mix 2 Tbsp mayo with 2 tsp Yai's chili garlic sauce.

Posted in paleo, primal, recipe, whole 30, whole30



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