Beef rissoles are a family favourite weeknight dinner and are delicious served with your favourite veggies or salad. This beef rissole recipe uses simple ingredients and they are also easy to whip up for a delicious weeknight dinner. We love serving these rissoles with fresh salads in summer and with roasted veggies in the cooler months, such a versatile meal!
Meat and Three Veg!
Good old meat and three veg is an Australian staple dinner meal and beef rissoles are perfect for the meat option. They pair well with your favourite veggies or salad for a traditional evening meal. Here are some of our favourite side dishes to serve with beef rissoles;
- Cheese cauliflower bake
- Potato bake
- Cauliflower mash
- Zucchini noodle salad
- Whole roasted cauliflower
- Curried zucchini
Beef Rissoles and Gravy
Serving beef rissoles with gravy is ver popular for a weeknight dinner, and usually served with veggies or salad. We were excited to hear about Mingle Seasonings new product, Roast Beef Gravy.. Baby, which is a healthier version of powdered gravy mix. We did find it needed a little salt added to bring out the flavour, but apart from that it is great. It is easily available at both Coles and Woolworths as well as online through Mingle Seasoning.
Mingle’s Roast Beef Gravy is:
- All Flavour, No Fluff
- Made with love and contains all-natural Ingredients
- Free from Added Sugar
- Lower in Sodium *compared to mass-market offerings
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Steps for making beef rissoles
GENERAL TIPS FOR FREEZING MEALS
- Don’t put hot food in the freezer. Let your leftovers or meal prep meals cool down completely before popping in the freezer.
- If using ziplock or silicon bags lay them flat initially to freeze. Then once they are frozen you can stack them upright or in a pile to maximise space in your freezer.
- Don’t refreeze food. If you defrost meat you need to cook & eat it, do not pop defrosted food back in the freezer.
- Label it! It can be tricky to determine what your meals are once they are frozen, so label your meals and include the date you froze them for future reference.
- Freeze in portions so you only defrost what you need. We usually freeze dishes in 1 or 2 serve potions.
Tips for making beef rissoles
- You can make the beef rissoles in advance and place the raw rissoles in the fridge until you are ready to cook them.
- These rissoles store well in the fridge or freezer in an airtight container or a ziplock/silicon resealable bag.
Suggestions for making beef rissoles
- These beef rissoles would be delicious served with mashed potato, cauliflower mash, cauliflower rice, steamed or roasted veggies or a salad.
- They are also yummy on bread or a bread roll as a burger pattie.
Make it low carb
- This recipe is naturally low carb at 5g of net carbs per 2 rissoles. Some great low carb side dishes to serve with beef rissoles would be cauliflower mash, cauliflower rice, steamed or roasted veggies or a salad. They would be delicious with our low carb potato bake or low carb potato salad!
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Beef Rissoles – Veggie packed
What is not to love about a classic beef rissole! Beef mince combined with grated veggies and some simple seasonings, yet it creates such a tasty and satisfying meal. These beef rissoles store well in the fridge or freezer, so are a great meal prep option. We love to have the leftover rissoles as a sandwich or burger with some cheese, sauce and salad.
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- 500 g beef mince
- 1 zucchini, grated
- 1 carrot, grated
- ½ brown onion, grated
- ¼ cup parmesan cheese, finely grated
- 1 egg
- 1 tsp salt
- 1 tsp pepper
- spray oil for cooking
- Place all the ingredients in a large bowl (except the oil for cooking).
- Combine the mixture together really well, using your hands is the best way to work the mixture and ensure it is completely combined.
- Divide the mixture into 8 even sized balls and shape into patties.
- Heat a large frying pan over medium heat and use some spray oil to coat the pan.
- Once the pan is hot, add the rissoles and cook for 4-5 minutes. You may need to do this in two batches depending on the size of your pan as you don't want to crowd them.
- Turn them over and cook for an additional 3-4 minutes. They are ready when they are browned on both sides and cooked through.