Dad’s Swedish Meatballs
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Cook: 35 min.
The Best Ever!!!
Very tasty, but definitely not diet-friendly. I made it as directed, and the flavor was awesome. With a few tweaks, it could be made with less fat and salt, and probably still taste authentic. I think the author meant dill weed, not dill seed.
Everyone enjoyed these. I browned in a very small amount of oil and butter. Then cooked in the oven at 350 degrees for about 25 minutes. Then I put in my crockpot to keep warm. I'll prepare again.
Although I haven't tried this, I can tell it's going to be a great recipe. I have one that only differs in three small ways. Rather than adding 1/2 lb ground pork, mine uses 1/4 lb ground pork, and 1/4 lb ground veal added to the beef, and they are ground together and/or mixed in a mixer. The gravy also calls for 2 T instant coffee and no dill seed. I don't know if any of these issues make a difference but I can see these recipes "merging" very easily to make wonderful Swedish Meatballs. I think the coffee adds something nothing else can, as I can see the dill seed adding it's own flavor, which would be very Scandinavian and wonderful.
I have been making this recipe for several years. It is great for a good family comfort meal. It has so much flavor! I serve mine over thick egg noodles.
Looked a long time for swedish meat Balls these are the best I ever made. Definetly will make again. We eat ours over steamed white rice Jean Kulpmont, PA
Great recipe! My family loved the flavor and I love the quickness of making the dinner.
These were excellent!!! I too, baked the meatballs instead of frying (350 degree oven for 20 mins, turning once). Will definately be making these again!
No comment left