My Healthier Swedish Style Meatballs. We would like to show you a description here but the site won't allow us. Hej Clara 🙂 I agree this is definitely not Swedish meatballs funny I was looking at the recipe and thinking the same thing. Satisfying, easy to put together, and really tasty, these baked meatballs are so delicious.
Comforting and oh so satisfying, this recipe is so savory and filling. Here's my healthier twist on this Swedish classic. My favourite way of serving it is with creamy mash potatoes sprinkled in dill, but you can also enjoy them with chips. You get ready broiling stew My Healthier Swedish Style Meatballs accepting 21 modus operandi along with 5 and. Here you are do.
ingredients of My Healthier Swedish Style Meatballs
- Prepare of For the meatballs:.
- You need 250 g of lean 5% fat beef mince,.
- It's 250 g of lean 5% pork mince,.
- You need 1 of egg, beaten,.
- Prepare of Salt and white pepper to season,.
- It's 1/2 of onion or 2 small shallots, chopped very finely.
- You need of Cooking oil (I used spray oil).
- You need of For the gravy:.
- You need 250 ml of unsweetened almond milk, or regular alternative,.
- Prepare 400 ml of boiled water,.
- You need 1/2 of reduced salt beef stock cube,.
- You need 1/2 of vegetable stock cube,.
- Prepare 4 tbsp of fat free quark,.
- It's of Salt and white pepper to season,.
- It's 2 tsp of Dijon mustard,.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of light soy sauce.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of cornflour mixed in a little cold water (around 40ml).
- You need of To serve (suggestions):.
- Prepare of Creamy mash potatoes with a little dill,.
- Prepare of Chips,.
- It's of Lingonberry or cranberry jam.
Lingonberry jam can be tricky to find so I find cranberry sauce can be. I am all about easy and delicious weeknight meals, especially during the summer when you want to spend less time in the kitchen and more time making memories with your family. Swedish meatballs are such a classic and delicious family meal! And are made in one skillet which means fewer dishes to clean.
My Healthier Swedish Style Meatballs separately
- In a large mixing bowl combine the pork and beef mince along with the finely chopped onion and beaten egg. Season well with salt and pepper. Using your hands mush together to combine really well. Wet your hands then form mixture into small meatballs. You should be able to make 14-16 in total..
- In a saucepan over a medium heat add in the beef/veg stock mixture (stir it through the boiling water until dissolved). Bring to a gentle simmer. Add in the soy sauce, and Dijon mustard. Stir to really well to combine. Next add the almond milk, stir well again. Continue to simmer gently..
- In a large frying pan add some oil and once hot add in the meatballs. Brown them off slowly and gently fry over a medium low heat. Add a little more oil in whenever you feel they need extra so they don't dry out..
- Returning to the gravy, once it's reduced down by roughly half remove from the heat and allow to cool for a couple of minutes. Season with salt and a small pinch of white pepper to taste. Add in the quark (off the heat so it doesn't split), and using a whisk, whisk really quickly until a lovely creamy brown coloured gravy is created..
- Pour the gravy into the frying pan once the meatballs are almost done and add in the cornflour/water mixture. Simmer away until the meatballs are completely cooked through and the gravy has thickened up, (this should take a minute or so). Serve up with your choice of side(s) and enjoy! :).
These Swedish meatballs are made with a combination of lean ground turkey breast and ground pork, flavored with nutmeg and cardamom and simmered in a creamy mushroom sauce. Serve over a brown rice pilaf spiked with almonds and currants or whole-wheat egg noodles. Fans of a certain Swedish retailer and cafe can now satisfy their cravings from home. It tasted like the famous IKEA Swedish meatballs but somehow even better. This will be the *only* gravy recipe that I use for now own.