My mom gave me this recipe years ago. It's not your typical porcupine balls made with tomato sauce. Meatballs made out of ground chuck have onions and rice in them and cream of celery soup poured over the meatballs and baked in the oven. I like these with mashed potatoes and a side of green beans. Good ole comfort food!
This is such a delicious and comforting meal. It is really very easy and I recommend making the meatballs rather than using frozen ones. I like to serve buttered noodles as a side or over mashed potatoes! Recipe is from Family Circle.
Meatballs that wind up looking like little pokey porcupines! I decided to post our version of these great meatballs since none of the others were "quite" right. UPDATE: I have frozen these with the sauce and uncooked meatballs together, then placed frozen in the crockpot on low for 5-6 hours and it worked great!
"Kjøttkaker" is on every Norwegian menu. I do not use a recipe, so mine taste a little different every time. I wrote down the following recipe yesterday, and the whole family agreed that these "Kjøttkaker" rocks.
Note to Nyteglori: Tangy sauce will make it something else. Authentic Norwegian Meatballs have brown gravy .
This is a variation of a few different recipes. I use ground turkey, to reduce the fat, but it tastes great made with any ground meat. My picky kids call these Sweetballs. They gobble them up, always asking for 2nds!!!
This is great served over rice with a side of vegetables.
I got this recipe from Tops courtesy of Ragu. My family loved these meatballs. I added some salt and pepper to my meatball mix. I used 1-inch pieces of mozzarella cheese. I baked my meatballs in the oven on 350 for 30 minutes then finished them in the sauce as directed.
These meat balls go well with the Easy Low-Fat Crockpot Spaghetti Sauce. I cook these in the microwave in a steamer. This way the fat drains off. I usually rinse these a little also. This recipe came out of a want to have spaghetti and meatballs without all of the fat. These balls freeze great.