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    Swedish Meatballs

    55 mins to make • Serves 30


    3/4 lb Ground chuck
    3/4 lb Ground pork


    1/2 cup Onion


    2 Egg yolks, large

    Canned Goods

    3 cups Beef broth

    Baking & Spices

    1/4 cup All-purpose flour
    1/4 tsp Allspice, ground
    1/2 tsp Black pepper
    1/4 tsp Nutmeg

    Bread & Baked Goods

    2 slices White bread, fresh


    3 tbsp Clarified butter
    1/4 cup Heavy cream
    1/4 cup Milk


    A pinch plus 1 teaspoon kosher salt
    • Erin Pearce

      Alton Browns Swedish Meatballs Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network

    • Sherry Marie Oswald Ramirez

      Swedish Meatballs Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network - these are amazing in every way. Didn't have white bread so used one potato roll hamburger bun soaked in milk:)) served with egg noodles and the amazing gravy but added a but if red wine with the beef broth!!! Nom nom nom!!!

    • Stella Ribbons

      Swedish Meatballs Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network - - Maybe have an Hors d'oeuvre dinner. Offer ten different appetizers and everyone selects what they want.

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