Calories, kcal: 172 Proteins, g: 7.0 Fats, g: 10.0 Carbohydrates, g: 12.0
Pork meatballs are the second course of minced pork, which is known in the cuisines of many nations of the world under different names. For example, in Sweden they are classified as national dishes. Meatballs are served both to the everyday and to the festive table, where they take their rightful place.
Pork meatballs are prepared in different ways and with different ingredients, but the basis is minced pork, which is useful for its vitamin and mineral composition.
Calorie content of pork meatballs
The calorie content of pork meatballs is 172 kcal per 100 grams of product.
Pork meatballs composition
Pork meatballs contain vitamins: A, PP, C, B1, B12, B2, B5, B6, B9. Chemical elements: selenium, calcium, manganese, magnesium, sodium, copper, iron, potassium, phosphorus.
Useful properties of pork meatballs
Pork meatballs are included in the diet of those who suffer from a lack of animal fats, vitamins, proteins, minerals and are malnourished. Steamed meatballs are recommended for building muscle due to their high protein content.
Pork meatballs in cooking
Like other types of minced meat dishes, pork meatballs can be prepared in completely different ways. They are fried, baked, stewed in sauce, steamed. The ingredients in the meatballs also vary depending on the taste and desires of the cook. For the basis of meatballs, not only minced pork is used, but also rice, buckwheat, eggs, onions, flour, garlic, pepper and much more (calorizer). Some housewives mix minced pork with other types of meat. Meatballs are wonderful because they go well with various vegetables, cereals, salads and sauces.