Slimming World Pork Meatballs With Fresh Tomato Sauce

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If you fancy making something from scratch these meatballs are the perfect dish. With this slimming world recipe, you’ll be able to get your hands dirty making meatballs and end up with a really nice, healthy dinner by the end of it all. The best part is you can make your own sauce to go with the meatballs so you know everything that’s in the dish and can use your slimming world diet to it’s fullest potential.

Slimming World Meatballs

This is one of the favourite slimming world dinner recipes that we enjoy, it’s something we can both get stuck into and something we can both enjoy. I know some people don’t like making slimming world meatballs as it takes a bit of time in the kitchen but I find some of the best conversations happen in the kitchen so I want to spend as much time there as possible. Half of this recipe is going to give you the slimming world meatballs recipe and the other will give you the slimming world pasta sauce recipe and hopefully you’ll like both. This is a slimming world pork meatballs recipe although I’m sure you can use any meat to make the meatballs, turkey meatballs sound inventive and like they’d sound quite nice!

Slimming World Pasta Sauce Recipe

When it comes to slimming world pasta recipes this is definitely one of them! This is a really easy and simple slimming world sauce to make, it’s got hardly any syns in and it’s full of all that goodness you need in a dish so you don’t have to cover it with cheese!

Slimming World Pork Meatballs With Fresh Tomato Sauce Syn Count

So you’ll be wanting to know how many slimming world syns are in this dish, I’m happy to say not as many as you’d think! Well, actually this is syn free, so you can enjoy this syn free meal.

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Slimming World Pork Meatballs With Fresh Tomato Sauce Recipe
These Slimming World Pork Meatballs With Fresh Tomato Sauce is like how the Italians make it, however, these are healthier!!! If you like meatballs and pasta, you have to check this recipe out.
Pork Meatballs - sauce with meatballs
Prep Time 10 Mins
Cook Time 30 Mins
Prep Time 10 Mins
Cook Time 30 Mins
Pork Meatballs - sauce with meatballs
  1. 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.
  2. Mix the mince and herbs together until it is all combined.
  3. 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.
  4. If you don't chop up and freeze your onions, peppers etc, this is the time where you need to cut them all up.
  5. Fill a pan with water and put on a low heat, while you are cooking the pork meatballs and making the sauce.
  6. 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.
  7. Once the meatballs have been cooking on a couple of sides, take them out and leave them while we make the sauce.
  8. 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, leek 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 t spoon. Season with salt and pepper.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Now serve and enjoy.
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