Servings: 10 to 12 as an appetizer; 6 as a main course
This version of the iconic Swedish dish incorporates milk-soaked bread to make the meatballs super tender. The traditional accompaniment, lingonberry jam, is tough to find in the U.S., so a quick cranberry relish stands in. Serve with buttered potatoes or egg noodles for a main course.
These meatballs are fantastic. I use this as a base for all my other recipes. They are tender, juicy and very tasty. The sauce as well if pretty great. A lot easier then other recipes I have found.
All around winner!
I really recommend these Swedish meatballs if you would like a taste of Sweden.
They are easy to make, I roasted them in the oven and was a big step for calling this an easy recipe.
Great recipe. Baked them in the oven and made double the amount of sauce. Served over egg noodles with lingonberry sauce from Ikea on the side. Delicious.
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