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Quick Swedish Meatballs

Quick Swedish Meatballs created by PaulaG

This recipe comes from a bag of frozen meatballs, and it is very easy, quick and yummy. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of doubling the sauce and adding a few more meatballs than called for, and I served over noodles. This is a terrific weeknight meal that will be enjoyed by adults and kids alike.

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ingredients

  • 24 meatballs
  • 1 (10 ounce) can cream of chicken soup
  • 13 cup milk
  • 18 teaspoon nutmeg
  • 12 cup sour cream

directions

  • 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 recipe comes from a bag of frozen meatballs, and it is very easy, quick and yummy. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of doubling the sauce and adding a few more meatballs than called for, and I served over noodles. This is a terrific weeknight meal that will be enjoyed by adults and kids alike."
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  1. Annika U.
    I don't understand what is Swedish in this recepy!
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  2. IFortuna
    The one thing missing that makes these more traditional Swedish meatballs is coffee. Instant is fine. It give them a great flavor.
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  3. Anonymous
    Super quick and delicious. I used HEB home style meatballs and egg noodles. The kids loved it. I loved it. Very quick and very easy. Bravo!
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  4. samt53_10089201
    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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  5. choco chip
    This was good. I did have to double the milk and the nutmeg. I served it over egg noodles. While I wouldn't say it was as good as made from scratch Swedish meatballs, it was easy because I used frozen meatballs. I liked it, but my wife thought it was just okay.
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