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Reader's Recipe: Swedish Meatballs

Reader's Recipe: Swedish Meatballs

This week's reader's recipe comes from the Kitchen Goddess herself, Twinkle. These divine looking meatballs are served with potatoes and lingonberry jam. I personally love the way sweet and savory go together and can't wait to taste that combination.

To check out her recipe for authentic Scandinavian Meatballs (she lives there, this is as authentic as it gets folks!),

Recipe submitted by TeamSugar member Twinkle

Meatballs are a staple here in Scandinavia and today I decided to have a go at making them from scratch. They were delicious and so easy to make. My husband, the resident expert on Swedish meatballs, said my meatballs were even better than his mother's. :jawdrop:

1 pound (500 grams) ground meat
3 slices white bread
1/2 cup (1 1/2 dl) milk
1 egg
3/4 cup (2 dl) finely chopped leeks
Butter and oil for frying

Mix the egg and the milk in a bowl. Cut off the crust of the bread and place in the bowl so that the bread soaks up the liquid and gets mushy. Mix in the ground meat and the leek. Season with salt and pepper and let it rest for 10 minutes. With wet hands, make small balls of the mixture. Fry them in oil and butter for 10 minutes. Make sure that they are done by testing one.

Serve with any form of potatoes and some lingonberry jam.

Thanks for submitting this recipe Twinkle, I can't wait to give it a try!

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celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 9 years
oops, my bad
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 9 years
the sauce looks so tempting
celebrity_soup celebrity_soup 9 years
the sauce looks so tempting
BrunetteSugar BrunetteSugar 9 years
My mom just made these the other day... Yummy! Lingonberry Jam is awesome!
mandiesoh mandiesoh 9 years
i go to IKEA too for the meatballs! :drool: LOL the cheesecake there is pretty good too! ;)
LaylaCams LaylaCams 9 years
What! What!! :dance: Congrats on being feature Twinks! YOU deserve it!
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 9 years
Hmmm don't know yummers. I assume as long as it soaks up the liquid and gets all mushy you could use whatever bread you wanted.
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
Yuuuuuuuuum!! :drool:
yummers yummers 9 years
this looks wonderful, and pretty easy! does it have to be white bread, though?
Twinkle1 Twinkle1 9 years
Aww thanks Yum! And Giggle, we used to go to Ikea all the time when we lived in Australia just so the hubs could get his meatball fix.
GiggleSugar GiggleSugar 9 years
Mmmmm! I totally want to try this. I go to IKEA just to eat their Swedish meatballs. Sad, huh?
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