This is a recipe that has been handed down for generations. Its quick, easy and cheap on the hip pocket!


Ingredients (serves 4 | makes 10 )

  • 500g mince
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 onion
  • half cup fruit chutney OR bbq sauce OR tomato sauce
  • 1 whole egg for combining
  • pinch salt and pepper to taste

Method

  1. Finely chop onion and grate carrot.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, add mince, carrot, onion, sauce of your choice and salt and pepper: combine.
  3. Make a well in the mixture and add the egg, combine well.
  4. on a medium heat, in a frypan, heat some oil up.
  5. Roll palm sized balls out of the meat mixture and place into frying pan. cook for 5-7 mins each side. Serve with mash, winter vegetables and a traditional gravy.


  • Yum the mash looks beautiful and so do the rissoles thanks!!!!

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  • They look great but I think I might add an alternative to chutney thanks so much

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  • Very original the idea of adding chutney!!

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  • Nice and easy. Thankyou. Rissoles and veggies is one of those meals that I just never get sick of. So simple but yummy!

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  • My partner LOVES rissoles……… being so easy i might just have to give this one a go

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  • My son absolutely loves rissoles. They’re one of his favourite meals. However, I do cheat and buy them all the time. You have just reminded me how easy they are to make and that way I will always know exactly what is in them. Thanks for the recipe.

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  • Very lovely Thankyou.

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  • Very simple and adaptable recipe. I would add a lot of different veggies to it. Yummy

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  • Yum, sounds so easy to make!

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  • Oh wow. This sounds heavenly, just like Nanna used to make. Can’t wait to give these a go.

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  • These sound really yummy – thank you.

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  • Wow. This is by far the best recipe I have found for rissoles. Can’t wait to make it. Thanks for the recipe

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  • I could make this for my husband.
    I wouldn’t have fruit chutney OR bbq sauce OR tomato sauce at home, but I’m sure i would go well with a good course wholegrain mustard. I remember my mum always making mince balls with spices, egg, mustard, onion, carrot and some bread crumbs

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  • Fantastic recipe – thanks for sharing.

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  • I tend to buy rissoles but really, this is such a simple mix I think it’s about time I make my own. Then I know exactly what is in them. And I love the vegies mixed in with the mash. Great idea and one that I’m definitely trying next.

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