Stop Eating That Crap For Dinner And Make This Swedish Meatball Pasta Dish

Last week, a friend emailed me to report that she made these meatballs while on vacation, serving them as an appetizer to rave reviews. These are my go to meatballs, I’ve also made them without the sauce for another use and they baked perfectly on a cooling rack placed on a sheet pan so the fat drips down and they stay crispy. My 8 year old ( with a little help ) cooked it up for her sisters and daddy Had it with egg noodles… Lots of happy faces while eating.. A perfect lunch, thank you.

I’m going to try this with ground turkey (skipping cheese and using water instead of milk) and hopefully it works out well! This is a variation of the ever-popular spaghetti bolognese and is sure to become just as well-loved. Just made this recipe as per the instructions, and it turned out wonderfully (actually I doubled the recipe and cooked the meatballs in sauce in two batches).

Pour the milk and cream into a bowl, add the egg, allspice and some salt and pepper. I made it last night for spaghetti and everyone loved it. Had a few left over today and crumpled them up for pizza- which is to die for right now. I didn’t have crushed tomatoes or tomato puree so I diced up two tomatoes … oh and I baked them at 425 for 20 minutes, then broiled for 5 minutes to get the tops a little more brown.meatball recipe

So getting to enjoy spaghetti squash with my favorite meatballs was pretty special to me!! This meatball recipe is a mixture of ground beef and bacon, rolled into balls and stuffed with cheese. Hi, I’m Gina Homolka, author, photographer and recipe developer here at My food philosophy is to eat seasonal, whole foods and maintain good portion control (everything in moderation!).

We’re a British family living in Copenhagen, Denmark and I just fancied making something new”, and came across this recipe. The recipe for these mild and delicate meatballs comes from the grandfather of Swedish traditional cooking, Tore Wretman. Think meatball and your protein-starved brain may begin conjuring images of bowls heaped with pasta and cheese but there are plenty of equally satisfying ways to utilise juicy, flavoursome meatballs – surely one of the best ways to cap off a meal.