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Swedish meatballs "Köttbullar"
Swedish meatballs "Köttbullar"
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Swedish meatballs or "köttbullar" as they are called in Swedish are small balls made with minced pork or beef. It is common to serve them together with boiled potatoes or mashed potatoes, a creamy sauce, and lingonberry jam. When you know how to do these delicious small balls you don't need to go to IKEA to buy them anymore.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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500 gr Minced beef
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4 tablespoons Bread crumbles
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50 ml Heavy cream
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50 ml Milk
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1 Egg
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0.25 teaspoon Nutmeg
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1 teaspoon Salt
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0.25 teaspoon White pepper
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0.5 Onion
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4 tablespoons Butter
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200 ml Water
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2 tablespoons Flour
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100 ml Cooking cream
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0.5 teaspoon Soy sauce
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500 gr Potatoes
Instructions:
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Boil the potatoes. Either you serve them as mashed potatoes or boiled.
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Mix the milk and the heavy cream together with the bread crumbles, and the spices. Let it all rest for 10 minutes.
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Mix the onion with a mixer so it all like a puree.
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Mix the minced beef and the egg in a bowl, and add the onion and the bread crumble mixture and stir it well.
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Roll small balls and place them on a big plate.
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Melt 1/4 of the butter in a frying pan and fry half of the meat balls. and repeat with the rest of the meatballs.
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Melt the rest of the butter in the frying pan and add the flour while stirring.
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Add the cooking cream, water and the soy sauce and let the sauce get thicker.
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Serve the meatballs together with the sauce the potatoes, and the lingon berry jam.
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