3 Reviews

I must admit, this didn't have much flavor. I agree with one, after making it, to use less flour. When I made it as written, it lacked flavor and had more of a "flour" taste. Would recommend to add flavor to it and less flour.

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Jackie R. January 30, 2008

Typically Swedish meatballs have bread crumbs that are soaked in milk which is what I did, it help soften and distribute them evenly throughout the meat. And using sauteed onions giving it more moisture because I did use lean meats and baked the meatballs to skip the 3 tablespoons of fat. I added fresh grated nutmeg ground allspice, cardamom, and ginger. I served over egg noodles. This can serve 8 people easily! Thanks!

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Rita~ June 26, 2007

Simple and yummy. I used butter instead of margarine and couldn't get a decent price on veal so I used extra ground beef instead. It's on the plain side compared to other Swedish meatball recipes I've tried and I may try adding additional spices in future, but this is a very good basic recipe and total comfort food. Thanks.

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littleturtle June 19, 2007
Mom's Swedish Meatballs