Swedish Christmas Meatballs. In today's video I teach you how to make Christmas meatballs, Sweden style! I presume that most of you are aware of that. You may have started putting up the Christmas.
These small meatballs can be used as an appetizer, as part of a meat. They give Swedish meatballs their special soft consistency. Then shape small meatballs with the aid of two spoons and place on water-rinsed plates. You wrap up roasting pressure-cook Swedish Christmas Meatballs accepting 10 technique also 8 and. Here you are nail it.
method of Swedish Christmas Meatballs
- Prepare 500 g of Beef (minced).
- Prepare 500 g of Pork (minced).
- It's 1 of Onion large.
- You need 1 of Bread (multigrain), slice.
- You need 1 of Vegetable stock , cube.
- You need 1 tablespoon of Allspice - whole, (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/).
- It's 6 of Anchovy , slice.
- Prepare 1 teaspoon of White pepper - whole.
- Prepare 1 of Egg.
- You need of Unsalted butter for pan frying.
Christmas (Swedish: jul, IPA: [ˈjʉːl] (listen)) is celebrated throughout December and traditionally until St. We all make it every year for Christmas, it just isn't Christmas without these luscious meatballs! Cranberry sauce and brown sugar create a tangy glaze for moist meatballs that are good Christmas appetizers or Christmas dinner ideas. We love them so much, I prepare them year-round.
Swedish Christmas Meatballs modus operandi
- Place onion, stock cube, anchovy slices in a small blender. Mix until it begins to turn into a paste (smaller pieces should still be present)..
- Put onion paste into a bowl..
- Put bread, allspice and white pepper into the blender. Mix until fine crumbs and remains of onion paste is soaked up..
- Place breadcrumb mix into the bowl..
- Add egg to the bowl and mix well.
- Add minced meat (beef and pork) to the bowl and mix well..
- Roll small meatballs. Make them quite dense and no more than 2.5cm (1inch) diameter..
- Fry meatballs in frying pan with melted butter. Give the pan a good shake every now and then to ensure they stay round..
These Swedish meatballs are so tender and flavorful and much lighter than traditional recipes. These tasty Swedish Meatballs are always a hit with my family! They're lighter than most recipes but. How Swedes celebrate Christmas: typical food, drinks, decoration, presents and more about The Swedish Christmas season usually begins some time in October. We always had these on Christmas Eve when I was little--they bear no resemblaance to what most people call Swedish meatballs, but my mother is Swedish.