Quick Swedish Meatballs
photo by PaulaG
- Ready In:
- Combine the Meatballs, Soup, Milk and Nutmeg in a Large Skillet.
- Heat to Boiling, Stirring Occasionally.
- Reduce the Heat, Cover and Simmer for 15 minute.
- Stir in the Sour Cream, Cover and Heat for 2 or 3 minute more.
- Sprinkle with Parsley if Desired and Serve Warm.
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This is a really a quick and delicious meal. I used 16 precooked turkey meatballs that had been frozen. They were warmed in the oven and then combined with the sauce and simmered as instructed in the recipe. It was necessary for me to add additional milk. I don't think that the amount of sauce would support 24 meatballs. In place of the sour cream, I used plain yogurt. This was served over Recipe #180273.
No, it wasn't as good as from scratch Swedish meatballs, but it was as close as could be expected considering the ingredients. I doubled the milk, nutmeg & sour cream. Also, I used a whole family sized (26 oz) can of soup. I put everything EXCEPT the meatballs into a skillet & brought to a boil. I added leftover uncooked egg noodles, (about 6 oz) cooking them for a few minute while zapping the (thawed) meatballs, which I then added to the skillet. I finished according to the recipe, although my cooking time was a few minute less.
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