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A question about a recipe: Rao's Meatballs

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I have a question about the recipe "Rao's Meatballs" from Genius Recipes. What can I use as an egg substitute? (Severe allergy in my house mate)

asked by Lisamacp 3 months ago
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added 3 months ago

You can use bread and milk, but the recipe already has a large amount of breadcrumbs. Some people use ground flax seed mixed with water. They very well could be fine without the egg. I know people who never use them and their meatballs are always very tender.

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added 3 months ago

You can definitely skip the egg or use bread and milk as Susan suggests. Another option (used often for vegetarian or vegan meatballs) is a little cornstarch mixed with water.