not sure why they're called "swedish meatball" - they just taste like great, juicy burgers! we just made these in a skillet on med-high (5 mins per side) and they came out perfect! cooking light suggests to eat these on potato rolls or served over egg noodles and to top with 1 tablespoon of sour cream each. we had them on toasted rolls with a little cheese and spinach. also, mine only made 5 servings (but i like thick burgers!).
i love this soup! during ramadan we have it at least twice a week as everyone likes it - even my little children! i think key to this being so delicious is the preserved lemon....it really adds so much to it. i also cook this in the pressure cooker: seal
when we go to hawaii for holidays, we have to have fresh tuna....like!!!...every other night!!! as we do condo living, i pre-package some ingredients that i am going to need into small baggies! (yeah, i know....i have been told before!!!) this recipe i
from pesce, houston’s seafood-centric restaurant. the calories will knock you back on your diet, but so, so good. having said that, double the recipe because you'd wish you had and the original recipe claims to serve 4...yeah, right!
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