Scandinavian meatballs

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Scandinavian meatballs


mixed minced meat (beef + pork) 500 g
milk 60-80 g
bread crumbs 45 g
small egg 1 PC.
turnip onion 1 PC.
butter 15-20 g
salt taste
pepper mix taste
nutmeg chips.
dill 2-3 wet
vegetable oil for frying
Cream sauce
flour 2 tbsp. l
butter 20-30 g
bouillon 500 ml
cream or fatty non-sour sour cream 3-4 tbsp. l.
soy sauce 1 tbsp. l.
hot mustard (I have regular and with turmeric) 1 tsp
ground black pepper taste
salt taste
greens 3-4 vet.
Lingonberry or cranberry sauce
cranberry (lingonberry) 130 g
water 50 ml
sugar 70 g
cinnamon 1/4 tsp

Cooking method

Scandinavian meatballs
Pour the rusks with milk. Let stand for a while. You should get a gruel.
Scandinavian meatballs
Cut the onion into small cubes. Fry lightly. Allow to cool. Finely chop the dill or other favorite herbs.
Scandinavian meatballs
Release the egg into the minced meat. Put the soaked crackers and fried onions. Season with salt and pepper. Add greens and a little nutmeg.
Scandinavian meatballs
Mix the minced meat well and beat off slightly.
Scandinavian meatballs
Form into small meatballs. I am not trifling. I make them larger than necessary.
Scandinavian meatballs
Fry the meatballs on both sides. Lay out and put aside.
Scandinavian meatballs
Melt the butter. Add flour and fry.
Scandinavian meatballs
Pour in broth. Stir well. Add cream or sour cream. I have market cream.
Scandinavian meatballs
Scandinavian meatballs
Pour in soy sauce.
Scandinavian meatballs
Season with salt and pepper. Let it boil.
Scandinavian meatballs
Place the meatballs in the sauce. Distribute so that they are completely covered with sauce.
Scandinavian meatballs
Add greens. Cover, reduce heat. Simmer for 10-15 minutes.
Scandinavian meatballs
Put lingonberries in a stewpan (I have cranberries). Pour in sugar, pour in water. Put on fire. Boil. Reduce fire.
Scandinavian meatballs
Cook for 10-15 minutes. Add cinnamon and beat with a blender.
Serve the meatballs with your favorite side dish, drizzle with sauce. Serve the berry sauce separately.
Scandinavian meatballs

Cooking is not difficult. The main thing is to do it with love for your loved ones!


The idea for the recipe was spied on the YouTube channel. The recipe was made by me with changes and additions.
Delicious. Recommend!

What delicious meatballs, thanks for the recipe!
I'll try to repeat it.
Ksyusha, do it. Delicious)
Yes, very tasty! I confirm. I have had elk meat in the freezer since winter (my sister has a son-in-law - a hunter). Very dry meat with a specific smell. Angela, made your recipe for meatballs. I soaked crackers in fatty cream, grated nutmeg, added dried parsley. The gravy was made with chicken broth. Delicious food vouched! Husband loves gravy! Yes with mashed potatoes! But I didn't cook cranberry sauce. Thank you!!!

Scandinavian meatballs

Your sauce is thicker. I added 2 tablespoons of flour, but I poured the broth by eye, maybe more than it was necessary.
The dish is definitely preparing faster than Angela made out the recipe. Even if you make both sauces.
The meatballs are soft, fragrant. White sauce is an updated classic, very interesting. Red sauce, for all its simplicity, has been canceled. Korichka plays well in it. In general, it is tasty, satisfying, not beaten and very home-like.
Thank you very much! I take away for good
Scandinavian meatballs
Jeanne, Irina, you with meatballs to me! Great! I'm glad your families are happy.
Quote: Jeanne44
elk from winter lay
Never ate. I can not even imagine.
Quote: Jeanne44
maybe more than necessary.
Quote: IvaNova
definitely faster than Angela filled out the recipe.
Definitely. Everything can be cooked in series-parallel.
Quote: IvaNova
Cinnamon plays well in it
Yes, cinnamon is definitely needed there)
Delicious meatballs with delicious sauce! Angela, thanks for the recipe, special thanks for the berry sauce, though I didn't make it today, but I will definitely cook it. Such an interesting aftertaste in the sauce, mushroom.

Scandinavian meatballs
Yaroslavna, cool guys! To health)
Angela, Thank you!
Arranged for the children a branch of Ikea)))

Scandinavian meatballs
Zhanik, Natalia, very appetizing photo!
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Ikea branch)))
Natalia, looks very appetizing. I ate meatballs in your Ikea. It was delicious, but I can't compare the taste with these. I don’t remember him. But I'm glad I like this option.
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But I'm glad I like this option.
Angela, unlike many, I am not a fan of ikeevskiz ​​meatballs. Well, they are not so good to me (but these ones came straight in. Thanks again!
Natalia, I agree with you that homemade ones are tastier anyway.
We liked these meatballs! Soft and juicy! Only cranberries with lingonberries in our steppes are exotic, so we did without berry.
VolzhankaD, glad I liked the dish.
Quote: VolzhankaD
Only cranberries with lingonberries in our steppes are exotic, so we did without berry.
We too. I haven't seen lingonberries at all, but cranberries are imported.

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