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swedish meatballs low carb

Desciption

a suzanne somers recipe for somersizing. i have made this several times. it is good even if you aren't dieting!

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Steps

  1. Mix meat and egg together
  2. Set aside
  3. Saute oil and onions until translucent
  4. About 5 minute add celery and cook 4 minute
  5. Meanwhile put the stock
  6. Bouillon and garlic in a pot and bring to a boil
  7. Add onion mixture
  8. Allspice and salt and pepper to the meat
  9. Work well with your hands
  10. Form into 1 in balls and place on a baking sheet lined with waxed paper
  11. You should have about 30-40 meatballs
  12. Slowly add meatballs
  13. 1 at a time to the boiling stock
  14. Add peppercorns at this time
  15. Let meatballs cook 20 minute
  16. Remove meatballs with a slotted spoon and and set aside
  17. Strain the stock and put back into the pot over med-high heat
  18. Reduce for 10 minute
  19. Turn off heat and add cream cheese
  20. Whisking until well combined
  21. Pour over meatballs

Step 15

Total Time in Minute 60

Ingredients Count 13

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Ingredients

Ground beef

Ground pork

Egg

Olive oil

Onion

Celery

Beef stock

Beef bouillon cubes

Garlic clove

Allspice

Salt and pepper

Black peppercorns

Cream cheese

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