IKEA just shared the recipe for its famous Swedish meatballs
The IKEA meatball recipe is here.
Yes, at long last, you can enjoy the taste of IKEA's most-iconic food court item without ever having to navigate through one of those enormous retail labyrinths they calls showrooms.
The Swedish furniture giant just released a six-part recipe for its famous meatballs in an effort to brighten the days of all customers who may find themselves struggling through a pandemic-mandated lockdown.
While normally available hot and fresh at all of the company's stores — as well as frozen, for those who want to take their köttbullar home — IKEA's meatballs are currently unavailable in Canada due to the temporary closure of locations nationwide.
"We know that some people might be missing our meatballs, which is why we've released an at-home alternative which, using easily accessible ingredients, will help those looking for some inspiration in the kitchen," said IKEA's Country Food Manager, Lorena Lourido, of the unprecedented move in a media release.
"Staying at home can be hard, but we want to help make everyone’s lives that little bit easier and more enjoyable. Bon appétit or, smaklig måltid, as we say in Sweden!"
The newly-dropped recipe features not only instructions for making IKEA's meatballs, but also for an accompanying cream sauce. Cooks will need sixteen ingredients altogether to make the balls and cream — all of which can easily be found in one's pantry, fridge or at a local grocery store.
You can follow the IKEA furniture instruction-style sheet above, or this more traditional recipe format:
Serves 4 (16-20 meatballs)
For the meatballs
For the cream sauce
For the meatballs
For the Swedish cream sauce
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