Craving some Matzoh Ball soup and can't find a Paleo (or I'd even go for just gluten free!) recipe that doesn't include almond flour (I'm allergic to almonds, so that's a no go, unfortunately-- but I can have any other nuts and seeds!)
Before I start tinkering around and trying out different nut flours on my own I'd love to find a tried and true recipe, many thanks!
Quinoa works for a light matzahball. I like the texture better when its not ground up since it creates a lighter ball. I'd add cooked mushrooms and schmaltz too it for extra flavor.
You also might be able to make a ball out of potatoes.
For paleo - try fine ground toasted coconut flour, ground chicken, spinach, egg, salt and pepper or for GF try Bob's Redmill gluten free pizza crust flour available at Whole Foods-- I have used this for dumplings when craving comfort food- goodluck! let us know how it turns out - @aspireperform
I would give buckwheat a try for occassional eats. See Stephan Guyenet's blog for info on soaking/fermenting it and then sub it in the recipe. I do some buckwheat groats cooked with eggs and other things and I just noticed the texture similarity to matzohs I'd get at Cantor's in LA. yumz...
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