Liver Meatballs

  Let’s face it, we all know we should be eating liver, but sometimes the thought of eating it, or cooking it is daunting. Liver is natures BEST superfood, and one of the most nutritious foods available. It is high in bioavailable iron, B vitamins, vitamin A and so much more. Trust me, these meatballs do not taste like liver! However if you really don’t want to notice it, try blending all the ingredients in a food processor at step 2. Liver Meatballs GF | DF | RSF | EF | NF Baking Dish:Medium Mixing BowlServing Dishes 500 grams beef mince1/2 cup chicken liver (finely chopped)1  small brown onion (finely chopped)1 zucchini (grated)2 cloves garlic (minced)2 eggs (or just egg yolks)1/2 tsp pepper1/2  tsp salt (optional)1 tsp rosemary (finely chopped)2 tsp dijon mustard (preservative free) Preheat oven to 180 degrees CelsiusAdd all ingredients to a medium mixing bowl and combine well with your hands. Roll the mixture into meatballs.Place onto a baking dish coated with olive oil. Make sure there is enough room around the meatballs so that they cook evenly.Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until evenly cooked and browned. AGE APPROPRIATE: when tolerating 2 meals a day Serve with pasta sauce of choice, zoodles, spaghetti or red lentil pasta, also delicious with mashed cauliflower! 1 meal a day, Baby Led Weaning, BLW, Family Meals, Main Course flo 11 months BLW

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