Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Meatball (Ikea style)

My kids simply adores meatballs from Ikea and every visit is a MUST have for them.  Each can easily polish up 20 meatballs at one go.  I have tried out the sauce and found that it is relatively close to what they ate and they all gaves a thumbs up for this.

So here I am preparing this Meatball (Ikea style) for my princess who no longer has time to go for them these days.

Findings: I was a little too heavy handed on my flour measurement resulting in a too thick sauce, so make sure you stick to it.

What you need:

250gm minced beef
250gm minced pork
40g A1 sauce
1 egg
20g breadcrumbs
1 med onion, dicely finely
butter, margarine or oil
Salt and pepper


Brown onion with butter.

Mix all the ingredients thoroughly.

Shape the mixture into round balls or to your prefered size.

Fry them slowly with butter till it is brown.

Set aside.

Source: Ikea friends

What you need:
Cream sauce:

50ml cream
150ml beef stock
1 tsp Chinese soya sauce
2 tbsp white flour
2 tbsp butter
Salt, white pepper to taste


Warm beef stock in a pan.

Add cream and thicken with white flour if preferred.

Season well with salt and pepper.

Serve the meatballs with the sauce, freshly boiled potatoes,
lingonberry jam and salad.

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