A Recipe from “Kullinarisk Pass” (Culinary Passport) published by Tupperware in 1970
Köttbullar Med Gräddsky is for many Swedes the most Swedish of dinners and the dish is just as popular in Norway. Just about every Swedish family have their own recipe and way to serve the dish. Some serve it with mashed potatoes, some with boiled. Some with pickled gherkins, some with cucumber salad, but few serve the dish without cranberry jam. And as anywhere else in the world you can get the most popular dishes in cans or frozen in boxes or plastic bags, so also with Köttbullar Med Gräddsky in Sweden.
When Scandinavians feel like Köttbullar Med Gräddsky they often drop by IKEA where it is always served in the cafeteria the year round.
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