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Meatballs

Recipes on this site:

Swedish Meatballs
How to make Swedish (or Norwegian or Danish or Finnish) meatballs, with many variations. A smörgåsbord favorite!


Recipes elsewhere on the Net:

Finnish Meatballs
A variation on the Scandinavian perennial favorite.

Frikadeller (Danish Meat Balls)
Veal and pork are used for these meatballs, served with potatoes and stewed cabbage.

Grilled Swedish Meatball Kebabs
Swedish-style meatballs, skewered with squash, onion, bell pepper, yellow cherry tomatoes, basted while grilling with a mustard sauce.

Kalvfrikadeller - Veal Meatballs
Meatballs in a white sauce, either prepared a shortcut way with canned mushroom soup and milk and cream, or without the soup in a longer process.

Swedish Meatballs
This recipe suggests using beef or veal, I'd suggest using a mixture of the two. Made with sour cream.

Swedish Meatballs
A beef and pork mixture is used in this recipe. Suggested serving: with brown sauce, potatoes and lingonberry jam.

Swedish Meatballs
Includes a story about the philosopher Kierkegaard. The recipe is from, as the author says, "the Scandinavian nation of Minneapolis-St. Paul."


 


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