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Pat R. February 21, 2014
I am a beginner paleo what can I use as a binder?
tlynnec February 21, 2014
I'm made them without the rice - they don't hold together quite as well, but they still taste great. Alternatively, you could use almond or coconut flour - I suspect almond might alter the taste of this recipe though - or a small amount of baked sweet potato. I've never actually tired the substitutions because i just omit, but almond, coconut, and and sweet potato or all things i've used with success in paleo meatloafs
Susan B. September 3, 2013
I just made these and since I don't eat red meat, I substituted skinless, boneless salmon, which I cut in small pieces and then pulsed with the rest of the ingredients toward the end. Wow! Served it with a Thai-inspired mango salsa.
LeBec F. September 2, 2013
i very much like the idea of this but believe it would improve by taking a tip from all those talented chefs in India: sautee that lemongrass through salt mixture before proceeding.
tlynnec November 12, 2012
Just made this for dinner, and it was great. Another great use for my lemongrass plants! I did make 1 substitution: I realized that I had no rice, so I used mashed potatoes to act as my binder instead. They came out great.
Skylor P. October 2, 2012
This sounds delicious - if I can't add tomatoes, any ideas? Are they needed for the liquid factor?
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