In Sweden, everyone has a favorite meatball recipe, probably passed down from his or her grandmother. In the U.S., the most likely place you've tried Swedish meatballs is Ikea. So try this recipe, and serve these meatballs with lingonberry jam, over buttered egg noodles, or old-school-style straight from a slow cooker.
Swedish meatballs can be served as an appetizer, as part of a smorgasbord, or star as the main event. They’re small in size and, with their traditional sour cream sauce spooned over wide egg noodles, represent as the ultimate comfort food.... Read More