Moving Mountains Meatballs
1 Pack (300g)
Made with all natural plant-based ingredients, the Moving Mountains® Mince provides the same meaty taste, texture and versatility as beef mince. The Mince can easily be shaped into burgers and meatballs or used in everyday recipes including Spaghetti Bolognese and Cottage Pie.
WHAT MAKES IT SPECIAL: • Generates less greenhouse gas emissions and requires fewer resources to make (compared to beef mince of the same weight) • Packed with plant protein & natural ingredients • Contains zero cholesterol • 100% plastic-free & recyclable retail packaging • Selling in the frozen section helps reduce food wastage
WHAT ELSE YOU NEED TO KNOW: • 100% free of hormones, antibiotics & GMO ingredients • Cruelty free and certified vegan by The Vegan Society
water, vegetables (oyster mushroom, onion), vegetable oils (coconut, sunflower), vegetable protein (pea protein, pea protein isolate, pea extract), Wheat gluten, natural flavouring, starch (Wheat), Oat fibre, thickener (methyl cellulose), vinegar, Barley malt extract, colour (beetroot red), salt, preservative (lactic acid), vitamin B12.
It contains: Gluten
It may contain: Almonds, Hazelnuts, Peanuts, Walnuts
1. Defrost at least 2 hours beforehand in the fridge before cooking. 2. Add oil to a frying pan. 3. Cook on medium heat for ~10 minutes. 4. As the Mince cooks, break it apart in the pan and stir frequently until browned/caramelised all over. 5. Make sure the Mince is cooked thoroughly before eating. All appliances vary, cooking instructions are provided as a guideline only. Ensure food is piping hot and cooked thoroughly prior to serving. Defrost before cooking. Once thawed or cooked, do not refreeze and consume within 24 hours. Do not preheat then cook again
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Moving Mountains® was formally founded in 2016 by Simeon Van der Molen who came up with the idea in 2014 after he was diagnosed with high cholesterol and was forced to either cut out meat and dairy or go on statins. Deflated with the lack of seriously tasty meat alternatives on the market, Simeon, who was already an entrepreneur with his eco-friendly household products brand, Ecozone, decided to focus on creating meat alternatives that taste, look, smell and satisfy like animal meat. By doing this, he hoped to make real and long-lasting change to human and environmental health, whilst protecting animal welfare.Find out more