Köttbulle Svenska (Swedish Meatballs)
By Megan Berg WildeChild
Bork bork bork!
These Swedish meatballs do have more of an American twist on them, as they are served submerged in white gravy as opposed to sided with brown gravy, but they are no less utsökt!
NOTE: I've always served my köttbulle with egg noodles, but authentically they are usually served with potatoes, and the meatballs are separate from the gravy on the plate. This recipe, I feel, is much better on top of the noodles!
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Judi Mae Phelps Judimae - Aug 29, 2010
Megan, I am really starting to become a fan of yours. This recipe looks delicious. I have had Swedish Meatballs with a lingonberry jam sauce. It was really delicious, I have one in my recipe files that uses the lingonberry jam or jelly, but I have never made it. Perhaps when I find it, I will post it as a different version than yours.
Jacki Allen jackio46 - Dec 21, 2010
I made this version but my husband (Swedish) said that the white sauce version was Norwegian. LOL..he still ate hardily of them.
Megan Berg WildeChild - Dec 22, 2010
Haha yes, the Swedish version has a delicious brown sauce, but I think even this sauce is somewhat Americanized. Still so very tasty, though!
Leslie Dunn LucyLovely - Dec 13, 2011
Glad to finally see a Swedish Meatball recipe with allspice! We always have ours with mashed potatoes and green beans.