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    Default Egg alternative

    Hi all, I am looking for an egg alternative to bind in meat.... any suggestions? We think DD has an allergy towards it, but not ready to challenge it just yet! I would love to make meatballs for her for the first time tonight!

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    I'm allergic to eggs and when I make things like meatballs/rissoles/hamburgers, I just use every ingredient you normally would, minus the eggs.

    They tend to turn out okay, as long as there aren't too many chunky pieces in it (i.e, dice your onion finely).

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    Default Re: Egg alternative

    I don't use any binders in my meatballs or rissolls and I've never had a problem with them sticking together.

    My mum uses bbq sauce

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    Default Re: Egg alternative

    There is a product called "no egg" that I buy from Coles in the health food section. I use that in cakes, rissoles etc.

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    Thanks ladies, made them with only vegies and the meat and they turned out quite yummy! Had to be gentle with them though

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    Yeah, I was just going to back up what everyone else said: You CAN get away with no egg for binding, and sometimes it DOES help to use something like tomato sauce.


 

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