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!).
the famous berghoff's restaurant, in chicago, closed it's doors this past week after 107 years in business. their recipes were a closely guarded secret but they did share the ingredient list for their famed creamed spinach. the chicago tribune food edit
fun to make and eat! a great protein-filled nutritious snack for kids. easy to make; fun for the kids to help. my 5 y/o loves them. this recipe is courtesy of better homes and gardens "kids snacks" cookbook, 1985. ***do not feed honey to anyone under th