Top-ranked recipe named "Uncle Oscars Swedish Meatballs"
This recipe has been pasted down from My Great Uncle. Many gererations have enjoyed it. I hope you do also
"YUM!!! Took these to a potluck, and they disappeared lightning fast. I couldn't find ground pork so I used turkey, still turned out great. They were super moist and tender, and the spices were just right. I used flour for the gravy and it turned out absolutely perfect, but I found that it was an excessive amount of gravy--I'd use half the amount next time."- Amgreen
Combine all ingredients. Mix well. Form into 1" balls. Brown in oil and set aside in large casserole dish.
Wisk flour into browning oil. Cook until smooth. Add all remaining ingredients. Wisk until thickened. Combine with meatballs in casserole and bake at 350 for 1 hour. Serve over buttered noodles.
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chipco 4 months agoGood ole Swedish Uncle Oscar knew what he was doing. These were extremely tasty & excellent for lunch the next day.
TANUSCZ 5 months agoNot impressed. The meatballs alone had very little flavor and the sauce was ok (perhaps because I used the flour?) but not what I am used to for Swedish meatballs. I do like the idea of baking though so I'll keep that tip for the future...
Amgreen 1 year agoYUM!!! Took these to a potluck, and they disappeared lightning fast. I couldn't find ground pork so I used turkey, still turned out great. They were super moist and tender, and the spices were just right. I used flour for the gravy and it turned out absolutely perfect, but I found that it was an excessive amount of gravy--I'd use half the amount next time.
spaige 1 year agoWhen I'm successful in making a meal my whole family likes, it makes the effort worth it. The meatballs in this are excellent & the gravy is just as good. I did use cornstarch to thicken the gravy, worked great! We've got leftovers so, tonight we're having it again w/rice. Thank you for sharing your family recipe.
JesseyR 1 year agoThis was very good but to future cooks....use cornstarch to thicken your gravy NOT flour!! I stupidly (I say stupidly because I know better) followed the instructions and used flour and that flavor is hard to cook off and we ended up using jar gravy :/ other that that mishap it was good and I will be making again minus the flour!
Houdai 1 year agoI took my nephew on a shopping trip to Ikea. He fell in love with Swedish meatballs. He had begged me and begged me to go back, so I decided we would make some ourselves. This is a great recipe. Instead of putting into a casserole I put it in the crock pot. I was a huge hit! And my nephew and I had fun cooking together.
DrCool 1 year agoAbsolutely awesome! My wife and I love these. Great flavor, fun and easy to make, and fun to eat.
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RosB 1 year agoKids ate this up very well.
spiderbrad 1 year agoDelicious! And great portions too.