Meatballs and ribbon noodles are a quintessential Swedish dish. Moistened with evaporated milk and seasoned with dill, these tender and aromatic meatballs are the perfect partner for luscious noodles and gravy. This is great for both family gatherings or casual entertaining.
by m. marilyn
, Trenton, MO on Apr. 2010
the meatballs were very tasty,when the gravy was made I added some sour cream to it and served it all over hot,cooked,drained noodles. My husband and two grandchildren really ate them up.
by j. jodi
, Lincoln Park, MI on Feb. 2010
This was a very good take on swedish meatballs. my family (have a 5 and 7 year old) loved them.
by P. Patricia
, Meridian, MS on Jan. 2010
I'm not good at making gravy from scratch, so, I just made the meatballs. I used already prepared gravy and rice instead of noodles. Very good!
by E. Elle
, Richmond, VA on Feb. 2009
My family loved them :) will definitely do them again!
by s. sheri
, palatka, FL on Oct. 2008
the meatballs were excellent as soon as I made them they were gone. they were supposed to be for a b-day party but they didnt make it.. ha ha. the sauce was nasty though... we just had the meatballs
by p. prisilla
, New Kensington, PA on Oct. 2008
My sauce turned out a little bit runny. The meat balls had good flavor though and do hold together very well.
by K. Kimberly
, JONESBORO, AR on Dec. 2007
These came out very well. They held together well, which is always a plus.
Tasty Swedish Meatball
by P. PAT
, WATERTOWN, WI on Nov. 2007
This is the best tasting recipe i've made for swedish meatballs. Easy to make and the gravy was very creamy. My family loved this. I'll make this again.
To Good for Words!!!!!!!!!!!!
by M. Mallory
, CROWN POINT, IN on Oct. 2007
This dish was so good that no one spoken during dinner. My family was to busy stuffing their faces. I plan on sharing this recipe with family
by L. Lori
, COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA on Oct. 2007
This recipe is so hearty and tasty. The flavor of both the meatballs and the gravy is very good. Even my somewhat picky son enjoyed this recipe and asked me to make it again.
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