Asked by: Eliane Cortazarasked in category: General Last Updated: 14th February, 2020
What do Swedes eat with meatballs?
Then, what do Swedish people eat with meatballs?
Meatballs are as quintessentially Swedish as it gets. In their most traditional form Swedish meatballs (köttbullar) are made of ground pork and beef, cream, egg and onion, and are served with creamy mashed potatoes, a thick, brown gravy, lingonberry jam and pickled cucumber.
One may also ask, what goes with Ikea meatballs? If stress is creeping into your dinnertime, it might be time to start using convenience foods like IKEA meatballs.
14 Meals You Can Make with IKEA Meatballs
- Sweet and Sour Meatballs.
- Asian Meatballs.
- Meatball Soup.
- Swedish Meatballs.
- Sriracha Teriyaki Meatball Bowls.
- Spinach & Pasta Meatballs.
- Meatball Pesto Pizza.
Also, what should I serve with meatballs?
With meatball sandwiches, I generally serve a salad, relish or salsa to go with the meatballs: Chopped Greek salad for Greek meatballs (obviously), a simple coleslaw for Buffalo meatballs or baked meatballs with honey mustard, green salad for tomato cheese meatball subs, a fruity black bean salsa to go with BBQ
What is so special about Swedish meatballs?
Italian meatballs are famously served in a bright, tangy, often chunky tomato sauce (marinara to the layman) whereas Swedish meatballs are cooked in a rich, roux-based, creamy gravy made with beef or bone broth and sour cream.