Everyone knows about Swedish food, starting with Swedish meatballs. Mix beef and pork to make meatballs, mix with butter-flavored mashed potatoes, and pour a large spoonful of thick ~ thick sauce. . Finally, don't forget that with the lingonberry jam, it will change from ordinary meatballs to Swedish meatballs~
Cut the onion and chop the parsley for use.
Put a spoonful of butter and a little vegetable oil in the pan, stir-fry the onion until it is slightly browned and ready for use.
Put the beef and pork in a large bowl, pour in salt, sugar, black pepper, butter, eggs, breadcrumbs, nutmeg and fried onions
Stir well, pour 50-80ml beef broth into 2 portions, mix well and put in the refrigerator for a while.
Remove the meat and knead it into meat balls of uniform size.
From the oil pan, the meatballs are placed in a pan and fried in medium heat until each side is browned.
Put the meatballs out for use and suck the remaining oil from the pot
Put 1 tablespoon of butter for the sauce
The following powder is fried until it is foamed. When the flour is slightly yellow, the beef soup is poured down.
Stir well and cook over medium heat until the sauce begins to thicken.
Return the meatballs to the pan and cover with a lid for about 8 minutes.
Pour the cream and mix well before panping
Sprinkle with parsley and garnish, served with mashed potatoes, pickles, and lingonberry jam.
1. You can use beef or whole pork, but the best combination of the two meats. 2. Add the right amount of broth to the meat to make the meatballs taste tenderer, but not too much. 3. Fry the meatballs. Each side is browned and fully colored. If the pot is small, it can be done in batches or baked in the oven. 4. Adding cream to the sauce is not necessary, but it can make the taste thicker. 5. It is strongly recommended to eat with lingonberry jam.