Quorn 'Meat balls' in Tomato & Mushroom Sauce

This recipe works out to 2pp/approx.250kcal per portion for the 'meatballs' in sauce.

(Assuming a portion is 5 'meat balls').

You could serve with pasta, rice or vegetables and calculate the extra pp/kcal accordingly.


YOU WILL NEED : (Serves 4)

500g carton passata

(with or without herbs & garlic)

1/2 teaspoon dried mixed Italian herbs

1 large clove garlic

1-2 teaspoons artificial granular sweetener

A few grinds of black pepper

300g bag frozen Quorn Swedish Style Balls

6-8 mushrooms


Empty the passata into a medium frying pan.

If it appears to be very thick, add a little water to thin it down slightly.

Heat gently.

Add crushed garlic, herbs, black pepper and sweetener. 

The sweetener takes the acidity away from the tomatoes)

Add the frozen Quorn 'meat balls' to the hot tomato sauce. The number in a bag seem to vary from 18-20. If you eat 4 or 5 'meat balls' in a portion, this won't affect the propoints.

(For calorie counters, they are 44 kcal each).

Slice the mushrooms finely and add to the sauce.

Stir, cover and simmer for 10-15 minutes until piping hot.

Serve with rice, pasta or vegetables.



If you like a chilli kick, add a little chilli powder or sauce to this recipe.


If you like your 'meatballs' with a more crisp coating, fry or bake first according to the packaging before adding to the sauce.


If you want a recipe for authentic meatballs, try my Polpettine-you can still serve them in a tomato/mushroom sauce.