Scandinavian Cuisine

Vegetarian Swedish Meatballs

2018-11-23 08:10 #0 by: Evelina

My boyfriend bought a bunch of potatoes for no reason, lol. So I decided we should make Swedish meatballs with them because we hadn’t had them in a long time.

What you’ll need:

1 1/2 cup dry green lentils
3 cup water
1 cube veggie stock

1/2 cup mushrooms (cut in quarters and roasted in a pan for 10 min)
1 yellow onion
1 cup ricotta
2 egg
1 cup panko bread crumbs

1 teaspoon parsley, sage, thyme, red pepper flakes
Salt and pepper
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce (or soy sauce)
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard

Your fave mash potatoes to pair
Lingon jam
Light brown gravy

How to make:

Cook lentils with water and veggie stock for 25 min. Fry mushrooms in olive oil for 10 min.

In a food processor mix lentils, yellow onion, and mushrooms until smooth-ish.

In a large bowl, mix the rest of the ingredients with the lentil mix.

Form meatballs and place onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake for 25 min.

Serves 6.

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2018-11-23 18:12 #1 by: Leia

hmmmm this looks so good, you've made me want meatballs now!

All the best, Leia

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2018-11-23 19:57 #2 by: jordan

Of course the red pepper flakes make it into the recipe Laughing I didn't know Worcestershire sauce was in Sweden. Is it common?

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2018-11-25 12:53 #3 by: Niklas

Worcestershire sauce is quite common in storesin Sweden.

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2018-11-26 19:27 #4 by: jordan

#3 Do you have Worcester sauce flavour crisps? They were my favourite for a while!

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2018-11-27 09:12 #5 by: Niklas

Haha, I don't know. Crisps aren’t my thing. Are those the same Walkers that make cookies with real butter?

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2018-11-28 20:16 #6 by: jordan

I had to look it up as I wasn't sure what you meant haha! No they are not the same brand, this Walkers I would say is the more known one, considering how everyone eats crisps here!

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