Turkey Swedish Meatballs Recipe
This recipe for Swedish meatballs uses lean ground turkey and light sour cream in the smooth, savory gravy, perfect for a lighter meal.
Get a weeknight dinner ready in under an hour with these from-scratch Swedish turkey meatballs in a creamy sauce, served over egg noodles.
Use ground turkey and two kinds of rich cream of mushroom soup to craft a Swedish meatball makeover that you and your family will love.
Use your Instant Pot® to make these Swedish meatballs made with ground turkey. Serve over egg noodles, mashed potatoes, or rice.
Lean ground pork, ground beef, fresh bread crumbs, and herbs bake up into juicy and tender Swedish meatballs topped in a creamy dill sauce.
I used hamburger in place of ground turkey. I baked the meatballs in the oven at 350 degrees then followed the recipe as noted. Loved this recipe. Turned out perfect.
Grape jelly, chili sauce, and meatballs form an unlikely alliance in this great weeknight recipe that kids and adults love.
I made it fairly close to the recipe instructions except for only adding 1 Tablespoon Worcestershire sauce and adding a little milk to some bread slices cause I didn't have bread crumbs (this makes it easier to mix into meat mixture). It got rave reviews!
This quick and easy savory sauce turns heat-and-eat meatballs into tonight's main attraction. Serve on a bed of noodles or rice. Add a side salad, and dinner is ready in no time.
We thought this made a lovely dinner. Just so you know, there are two camps on Swedish meatballs---one says yes to sauce, and the other says no way! I've tried both ways, and both are delicious. The sauce here is a very good one, and the meatballs were not only easy to make but very tasty. I cut the recipe in half and got 15 meatballs using my middle cookie scoop which made them about 1 1/2" big. I'd advise others not to go overhanded on the garlic (I used a little more than called for thinking that turkey doesn't taste that much); the amount called for is spot on. I made two subs on this: chicken broth rather than beef broth and pappardelle pasta rather than egg noodles--neither one making much difference in the long run. I would definitely make these again! Thanks for the recipe!