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Certainly different than other Swedish meatball recipes I have done!
With a bit of patience, this recipe is fun!
LOVE the flavour combination, caraway and dill!
DH loved it, so THAT'S a T-H-R-I-L-L!!!

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mickeydownunder August 23, 2011

Quite a process, but the result is excellent. As a previous reviewer mentioned, we weren't used to caraway and dill in them, but it's a natural fit and they are delicious. These are larger than I usually make them, and they don't stay round in a flat skillet; I think I'd make them a little smaller when I make them again. We did spoon on extra berries afterward. Great recipe, great supper. Made for Zaar World Tour 6 for the Voracious Vagabonds.

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Lavender Lynn June 06, 2010

This is truly the best swedish meatball recipe i have ever had including 3 star restaurants. The use of caraway and dill bring the flavors over the top and of course the lingonberries..which i used extra of when serving were amazing..i happened to have a jar, used them with another recipe this week but if you don't cranberry sauce works too.

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MarraMamba August 21, 2009

Thank you so much for sharing this treasure Char. It is so worth the extra effort. The flavor in this dish is out of this world. The meatballs are so tasty, light and tender. The sauce was silky, smooth, creamy, tangy, tart and flavorful. I added ribbons of the ligonberrie sauce as garnish, unfortunately I was out of fresh parsley. I will be making this again often, it received a 10* from my picky dh.

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Baby Kato December 18, 2008
Swedish Meatballs With Lingonberry Sauce