I love meatballs, they taste great. This pork meatballs recipe is one of my favourites and I’ve made it so many times I’ve lost count. My partner loves them as well and the best part, they’re super healthy. There are a few steps to follow with this recipe but it is so worth it!
These homemade pork meatballs mean you’re in control. You can add whatever spices and seasoning that you want and give them the flavour you crave. I know some people who have made these meatballs with chilli and they loved them. You can even add onions or grated carrots to the meatballs as well.
You can also add any spices, seasoning or ingredients to the tomato sauce as well. You can have these slimming world meatballs and the sauce any way you like and the best part is, nobody can tell you otherwise.
Slimming World Meatballs Recipe
I love these slimming world pork meatballs, that being said I have another meatballs recipe you might like. This slimming world low syn baked meatballs might take your fancy. They are much easier to make, you buy shop brought meatballs instead of making your own meatballs like this recipe.
You can use any meat you want to make meatballs but these to me are pork mince meatballs, different to the normal beef that you’d buy in the shops. With this recipe, you also feel a sense of pride when you’re finished as you’ve made homemade meatballs and you didn’t cheat.
Healthy Pork Meatballs Recipe
If you’re looking for a healthy meal, these pork meatballs are the perfect thing. They’re super filling and low in both syns and calories. Of course, if you’re adding ingredients into this recipe you’ll need to make sure you count the syns or calories on top.
Slimming World Pork Meatballs – 0 Syns
Here it is if you’re looking for an ace slimming world meatballs recipe, then this is the recipe for you. It’s syn free and full of flavour. If you’re going to add ingredients to the recipe make sure you count them, if they have syns that is. Ingredients like onions etc. aren’t going to be full of syns and still make this a healthy meatball recipe.
Low-Calorie Pork Meatballs Recipe – 412 Kcal
Low-calorie meatballs are to die for. If you’re following MyFitnessPal you can make sure you check the calories, sometimes ingredients change or you might be using a different type of pork mince than myself so always double check. When it comes to meatballs and pasta, this is the one to try.
Slimming World Dinner Recipes
This meatball pasta recipe is only one of my slimming world recipes and I will admit, it’s one of my favourites. If you want to check out even more slimming world dinners, take a look at the links below and find something super yummy to make.
- Slimming World Low Syn Baked Meatballs
- Slimming World Beef Stroganoff
- Slimming World Slow Cooker Diet Coke Gammon (2 syns)
- Slimming World Fanta Chicken and Pasta (Syn Free)
- Slimming World BBQ Pulled Pork Recipe
Equipment I Used To Make Slimming World Pork Meatballs
I didn’t make this recipe by hand, I wish but I needed some equipment to get this done. Take a look at the affiliate links below to get some new kitchen equipment and make yummy recipes just like this pork mine meatballs recipe.
I would always recommend wearing gloves as well, it makes the whole process easier and means you don’t have to be washing your hands as much.
Slimming World Pork Meatballs Recipe Card
You’ll find the recipe card below, it’s a super simple and easy recipe to make and that’s one thing I love about it. There are loads of pork meatballs recipes out there but I’m going to be biased and say mine is the best.
If you make this meatball pasta recipe let me know in the comments. You can also upload a picture of it to Instagram and tag me so I know people are making it, it always makes my day when I see people making the recipes I’ve put together and even more so if they like it.
Slimming World Pork Meatballs With Fresh Tomato Sauce Recipe
- Large Deep Frying Pan / Skillet
- Wooden Spatula
- Large Bowl – to mix meatballs
- 500 g Pork Mince 5% Fat or Lower
- 200 g Pasta
- 100 g Chopped Onions
- 100 g Mixed Peppers
- 50 g Mushrooms
- 2 Tins Tomatoes Chopped or Whole
- 2 tsp Oregano
- Salt & Black Pepper
- Put the pork mince into a bowl, add the dried oregano or any other herbs and or flavours of your choosing. This is where you can be a little experimental.
- Mix the mince and herbs together until it is all combined.
- Once the pork meatball mixture is ready, take a spoonful of the mixture and put it into your hand. Roll the mixture around in your hands to make your meatball shape and size, the repeat until the mixture is all used up.
- If you don’t chop up and freeze your onions, peppers etc, this is the time where you need to cut them all up.
- Fill a pan with water and put on a low heat, while you are cooking the pork meatballs and making the sauce.
- Put the meatballs into a large deep frying pan, you won’t need to add any Frylight as the meatballs will already contain some. Cook on one side until golden, then turn them over and repeat.
- Once the meatballs have been cooking on a couple of sides, take them out and leave them while we make the sauce.
- Empty the frying pan, make sure there is not fat left from the meatballs. Spray a couple of squirts of FryLight into the frying pan and add the onions and peppers and cook until ready. Once they are cooked, add the 2 tins of tomatoes. If you used whole tomatoes you will need to crush them to that they make a sauce. If you use chopped tomatoes, then this should already be done. You may want to add some herbs here, do so, but only a teaspoon. Season with salt and pepper.
- Now that the sauce is near enough made, turn to a medium heat, add the pork meatballs and leave to cook for 20 – 25 minutes or until the meatballs are cooked all the way through.
- I usually time it by putting the pasta into a pan of medium water and leaving that to cook, again around 20 – 25 minutes. Once the pasta is cooked, the meatballs are normally cooked, but do check.
- Now serve and enjoy.
|Lean Pork Mince
|Salt & Black Pepper
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