Easy Swedish Meatballs

Easy Swedish Meatballs Recipe

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Prep/Cook Time: 20 Minutes
Servings: 4
Average Rating: Star Star Star Star Star


16 meatballs
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1 can cream of mushroom soup (10 3/4 ounces)
1 can beef broth (10 ounces)
4 ounces cream cheese, softened
1 cup sour cream
8 ounces cooked egg noodles, (optional)
Dill for garnish, (optional)

  1. Combine soup, broth and cream cheese in medium saucepan. Heat on low; stirring until mixture is well blended.
  2. Add meatballs and sour cream to soup mixture. Continue cooking on low heat for 10-12 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  3. Serve over egg noodles and sprinkle with chopped dill, if desired.

  • Serving Size

  • Servings Per Recipe 4

  • Amount Per Serving (* % of Daily Value)

  • Calories 720

  • Total Fat 53g (82%)

  • Saturated Fat 26g (132%)

  • Trans Fat 0g

  • Cholesterol 170mg (57%)

  • Sodium 1860mg (77%)

  • Total Carbohydrate 34g (11%)

  • Dietary Fiber 2g

  • Sugars 7g

  • Protein 30g

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  • * Percent of Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

    ** This is a representation of the nutrition label. The actual nutrition label may vary slightly.

Natalie - Parsippany, NJ 2/5/2010 9:11:17 PM
Great recipe! I'll make this again!
tracy ruiz - brick, NJ 5/7/2009 9:50:08 AM
my family loved this recipe. It was quick and easy, and great tasting too!
Monica - florida, AK 3/11/2008 2:03:15 PM
Delicious, and very easy to make, wonderful for company ....
PÃ¥l Ryding - Chapel Hill, NC 4/23/2007 8:49:54 AM
The only thing Swedish about that recipe is the recommendation of dill as a garnish (dill is popular in Sweden). However, dill is not served on Swedish meatballs, in my experience. First of all, Italian meatballs? The Swedishness of the meatballs is obviously central. Second of all, Swedish meatballs are made with beef or a mixture of beef and pork, *not* turkey. Third of all, Swedish meatballs are served on their own, not in pasta, and if you add some kind of sauce, it is either lingonberry sauce (cranberry is an acceptable substitute if you can't find lingonberry) or gravy.

This is, I'm sure, a decent tasting recipe - but it has little to do with Swedish meatballs.
Hermie - N/A, NC 3/29/2007 3:54:17 PM
Well I think it is a good recipe! I was having a craving for meatballs so I Googled a recipe for it and found this! But my daughter and her friend had to do a project on Swedish foods and I told them to Google it and they looked up here and they're wasn't any info on here! I think you should have more info than recipes- even though I LOVE THIS ONE!!!! BYE!!
Michele LaPointe - Hudson Falls, NY 12/22/2006 7:30:19 AM
Love the recipe! Quick and easy! Received many compliments and had to give several people the recipe.

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