Swedish Meatballs




Good old Swedish meatballs. Full of flavour and creamy perfectly goes well with cauliflower mash. And this is proper comfort food especially during the winter. And once again it's not that difficult to make it but it just takes time to cock it as you want all those flavours to taste in the cream and the meat. So let's get started

Swedish Meatballs


1. Melt 1 tablespoon of butter in a skillet on a medium heat. Add onion with a bit of salt and saute  until it's caramelized. Remove from the heat and set a side.

2. In a mixing bowl add beef, almond flour, salt, cooked onion,  spices, egg, and few tablespoons of heavy cream.Using your hands mix everything really well and start to shape them in small round balls.

3. Heat up a touch of olive oil in your skillet, place meatballs and cook until it's brown and cooked all over it. Place it on the plate and cover with a foil so it stays hot.

4. Add the remaining butter to the skillet and cook until it begins to brown. Add in the broth and remaining heavy cream, let it simmer for a few minutes and the sauce will start to thicken.

5. Add the meatballs back into the skillet and let to simmer for a few minutes more. Enjoy.


500g ground beef

1/4cup almond flour 

1 egg lightly beaten

1 white onion

3 tbsp butter

1/2cup heavy cream

1-2cups beef broth

1/2 tsp salt

1/4 tsp black pepper

1/4tsp allspice

1/4tsp groud nutmeg

2 clove crushed garlic

olive loil for cooking