One Pot Swedish Meatballs

I was inspired to make this dish from one of Buzzfeed’s Tasty videos.  It was yes, a recipe for one pot Swedish meatballs in which I altered a bit.  This creamy and mouthwatering dish will blow your mind.  Better yet, it’s one of the easiest dishes I’ve ever made in my life.  I truly did my best with this dinner, because my husband definitely showed it.  We both ate every bite in the bowl and Kevin got up for seconds.

I started with about a pound of lean ground beef.  I usually go for the 80% beef, but this was ground sirloin.  It contains a very low amount of fat.  I added one egg, some kosher salt, black pepper, white pepper, minced garlic, paprika, fresh oregano, fresh parsley and panko bread crumbs.  The only reason why I added panko is because that is all I had on hand.  Regular bread crumbs will work just fine.


Thoroughly mix the ground beef together with all the herbs and spices.   You can do this with a spoon or with your hands.  I preferably like to put some gloves on and just go at it.


Roll the ground beef mixture into balls with your hand, at about an inch wide.


In a stock pot, add your meatballs on high heat in some oil.  Sear for a minute and then flip.


To the same pot, add about 3 beef boullion cubes, 2 cups of water, 1 cup of heavy cream, and 1 cup of milk.  Bring to a rapid boil and add about 6 ounces of egg noodles.


When the egg noodles are soft enough to eat, add in about a cup of gouda cheese and some freshly chopped parsley.


Serve with veggies and enjoy!  Today I cooked fresh spinach in butter and garlic.



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