Recipe: DIY Swedish Meatballs

Home Cooking Recipe: DIY Swedish Meatballs



  1. The potatoes are cooked and peeled, and the appropriate amount of milk, salt, and freshly ground black pepper powder are put into the mud for use; the butter is melted and allowed to stand.

  2. Beef, pork and onion are minced in meat, placed in a large bowl, add two eggs, bread crumbs, 150g mashed potatoes, chopped onions, salt, allspice, freshly ground black pepper, butter, parsley, Basil minced, stir well, add appropriate amount of milk according to dry humidity, use chopsticks to smash in one direction

  3. Baking tray tin foil, brush a layer of vegetable oil on tin foil

  4. Squeeze the meat into a small meatball with a tiger's mouth and place it on the prepared baking sheet. Leave a gap in the middle (I use a 30L oven, 20 baking balls in a baking dish, and I can make 50 balls in total)

  5. After filling, use a wool brush with vegetable oil to apply a thin layer of oil to the meatballs.

  6. The oven is preheated at 200 degrees, the hot air is circulated up and down, the baking tray is placed in the middle layer, and the temperature is adjusted to 180 degrees for 25 minutes.

  7. When roasting the meatballs, smash the broccoli into small pieces, peel the carrots into pieces, put them in the pot, add some salt, cook them, and remove the water for use.

  8. When the meatballs are baked, they are taken out of the oven and put on the plate (I and 10 people per bf, the rest I will freeze and keep it for later), then divide the remaining 300g of mashed potatoes into 2 servings, then put them on. Carrots and broccoli, finally put some jam, and the similarity with IKEA Swedish meatballs is very high~ (except for not cooking sauce)

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