These Moroccan-inspired Lamb Meatballs are juicy and delicious spiced with fresh mint, parsley and cilantro and stewed in a rich and fragrant nomato sauce. This dish is AIP, paleo and Whole30 compliant.
These Moroccan-inspired Lamb Meatballs are easy, quick and absolutely delicious. They’re made using simple ingredients that pack a flavorful punch. Because these meatballs are AIP elimination stage compliant, they don’t contain commonly used spices in Moroccan cuisine, such as cumin, paprika and coriander. Nonetheless, they are still super delicious!
These meatballs are pan seared before braising in a nightshade-free nomato sauce spiced with oregano and cinnamon and finished with chopped parsley.
Here’s what you need for these Moroccan-inspired Lamb Meatballs
- ground lamb
- fresh cilantro, parsley and mint
- dried oregano
- onion and garlic
- lemon zest
- nomato sauce
- olive oil
Can I use another protein?
These meatballs would also work well with ground beef, or a combination of beef and lamb.
Can I freeze this dish?
Yes, but I would recommend freezing the meatballs and sauce separately. For the juiciest meatballs, consider forming the meatballs and freezing them pre-cooked. When you are ready to serve them, sear them in oil before adding to the sauce.
What can I serve this with?
This dish tastes awesome with cauliflower rice and salad. You might try them with my Roasted Delicata Squash and Kale Salad.
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