Oumph! Balls



The balls:
400g Oumph! Mince
2 tbsp oat cream
1 brown onion
1.5 tbsp vegetable stock
1 tbsp dark Chinese soy
0.5 tbsp ground pepper
Vegan butter for frying
Salt and black pepper to taste
300ml oat cream
2 tbsp vegetable stock
1 tbsp blackcurrant jelly
1 tbsp dark Chinese soy
½ tsp dried thyme
Salt and black pepper to taste
Pickled gherkin
1 large fresh cucumber
3 pinches salt
2 tbsp vinegar
100ml water
3 tbsp sugar
Small handful of chopped parsley
300g fresh lingonberries
110-150g sugar
Mashed potatoes
6 medium-sized firm potatoes of about the same size
200ml oat cream
50g vegan butter

Cooking Instructions:

Meat balls
Thaw the mince by leaving it at room temperature for about 45 minutes.
Peel and dice the onion, the finer the better! Add the onion and all the other ingredients to the defrosted mince and mix. Shape into small balls, about 2cm in diameter.
Heat a frying pan and fry the meatballs in batches in plenty of butter or oil over a high heat until they are nicely browned and feel firm.
Using the same pan that the meatballs were fried in, add in all of the ingredients for the sauce, mix and cook together for for 2-3 minutes.
Season to taste with salt and pepper and add the meatballs back in for the last minute to warm through.
Pickled gherkin
Rinse the cucumber or peel it if you prefer. Slice it thinly with a knife, cheese slicer or mandolin.
Place the slices on a flat surface and salt them. Then place another plate or chopping board and a heavy object on top. Leave to press for around 30–40 minutes.
Mix the rest of the ingredients together until the sugar dissolves. Drain the squeezed liquid from the cucumber and mix the slices into the mixture.
Place in a clean glass jar and store in the refrigerator for at least an hour before serving.
Mix the lingonberries and sugar in a bowl and mash them with a fork. If they are frozen, you may have to heat them briefly in the microwave or in a saucepan so they can be mashed.
Season with more sugar or lingonberries until you find a level of acidity you like. Done!
Mashed potatoes
Peel the potatoes. Boil the potatoes until soft, drain the water and then mix with the butter and oat cream. Season to taste with a little sugar and salt.

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