Of course, my love for meatballs started when IKEA decided to open their outlets in Asia, however after trying my Swedish Aunt’s authentic Meatballs , i decided that i really want to learn to make them so family and friends could enjoy it.
Ps. Ikea’s meatballs are not authentic.
What better day to make them then on a public holiday? So, on Labor day, i spent a surprisingly unsubstantial amount of time in the kitchen, following this recipe i found online very closely. It turned out really good and i can’t wait to make it when i have guests over at my place.
I also made the gravy, and it taste so heavenly, the gravy is absolutely easy to make.
Using the receipe, i was able to make about 60+ meatballs, which is ALOT. So i pan fried all of them, and froze them , so they can accompany future meals.
There are so many ways to serve meatballs, as a side dish, or with pasta! Today, my friend came over and i made some fresh tomato meatball pasta for her, and she loved it ! What a lovely afternoon.
Swedish Meatballs have definitely found its place in my go-to easy and delicious pre made dish.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend ahead! X