Meatballs | Pad Patter 3.9

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  1. Eyeore

    Eyeore Think it over, think it under

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    We love meatballs, they get called Frikkadels here too.
    Swedish are good, and a tomato based sauce with spaghetti is good too.
     
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    BevG If I can't remember it, it didn't happen

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    Just wanted to say I love, love SkinnyTaste. Such yummy recipes and healthy too!
     
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  5. bbachand

    bbachand Well-Known Member

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    @jk703 I doubled the sauce so I’d have a little extra for my rice
     
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  6. weaselwatchr

    weaselwatchr Viva, Las Vegas!

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    I’m going to have to try some of these recipes!

    We usually have a meat sauce with our spaghetti so no meatballs. I do love Swedish meatballs tho
     
  7. Nemla

    Nemla Stretching my skill set

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    Meatballs is a sort of staple in Denmark. But home made with " proper" meat. ( NO hard grizzely bits at all ) As in ground ( minced )beef or pork or a mixture of veal and pork. Fried ( frikadeller like the Swedish ones , sort of ) Boiled or steamed large in sauces and stews ( as in Celery stew, or in tomato sauce, and real small mini ones in soups and as filling in other stuff ( those people buy ready made , they are fiddley_)
     
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  8. sm_amber

    sm_amber I learn from the best..

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    French onion soup is my FAVE so I'm definitely giving these a try...

    We LOVE Asian flavors, so I'm adding this to our list, too.. :)

    My boys love meatballs, me - not so much. EXCEPT, I recently tried the turkey & pepper meatballs from Clean Simple Eats and they were delish! (I prefer mine in a sub than with noodles.) We also like a recipe my mom makes called Country Meatballs, or something like that, that basically cooks them in with beef & veggie stew then pour the whole thing over egg noodles. It snowed today - ugh - so this would make a perfect cozy meal for the weekend.. Hmmm...
     
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  9. Kristin Aagard

    Kristin Aagard Designer

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    I didn't know that Wednesday was meatball day. Randomly, I made Italian meatball soup that night! Yum!
     
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  10. Memaw2Wm

    Memaw2Wm Well-Known Member

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    Recipe … these sound yummy!
     
  11. QuiltyMom

    QuiltyMom I'll never run out of things to do!

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    The only meatballs I’ve ever made are Swedish meatballs. Well, I am from 100% Swedish heritage, after all! I don’t make them much anymore because I can’t eat them. Sigh. IKEA does have gluten-free salmon balls that are amazing, so I do but them at Christmas time.

    But I do grab bags of meatballs from Trader Joe’s to have on hand for a quick meal to fix. They’re easy to add to just about anything.
     

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