Swedish meatballs are a traditional delicacy. Swedish meatballs generally uses ground beef, or beef mixed with and pork, but sometimes lamb or game from hunting. Before kneaded into meatballs, milk, bread crumbs, chopped onions, potato flour or oatmeal are added, then seasoned with spices such as white pepper, salt, allspice or cinnamon. Traditionally, Swedish meatballs are served with mashed potatoes, jam, pickled cucumbers, broth and other mixed vegetables. However, the Swedish meatballs that are circulating around the world are a kind of meatballs that have been reduced to snacks, which are relatively small in size, and have relatively simple taste and preparation methods. It is now available in most Swedish restaurants world-wide.
The 'juicy' plant-based meatballs are a perfect substitutes for meat. The appearance is the same as any ordinary meatballs, the plant-based meatballs are seared, locking up the moistness of the meatballs and the Swedish sauce is added to slow cooking. Both adults and children would love this dish.