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Published November 3rd 2012
A classic Nordic family and party gourmet
National Flag of Sweden
This week, my exotic cooking adventure has taken me to the little charming island grouping in Europe, Scandinavia. After doing some research, I laid my eyes on the traditional Swedish or Finish meatballs. Three reasons - they are simple to cook, you can have fun of crafting it into various shapes apart from making them round and they have multiple purposes. You can add them in a soup, use them as sandwich fillings or serve alone with other vegetables at dinner. Traditionally, Swedish and Finnish cooks serve them with smashed potatoes, snow peas and tomato puree (passata).
500 g ground beef 50 - 75 ml dry breadcrumbs 1 tsp salt tsp white pepper 1/8 tsp allspice) 150 - 200 ml cream 1 small onion 1 egg 1 portion of cream sauce
Meatball Served in Swedish Style(Wikipedia Image, Author:Steffen Wurzel)