The original World famous Meatballs. The Swedish word for meatball (köttbulle) first appeared in Swedish print in Cajsa Warg’s 1754 cookbook. Swedish meatballs, smaller in size than those of Italy and Germany, are traditionally served with potatoes, cream gravy and lingonberry preserves.
- Egg protein
- Grains that contain gluten
-24.0° — -18.0°
Nutrition per 100g
12 g Protein
10 g Carbohydrates
16 g Fat
|Saturated fat||5.8 g|
Pork and beef, onion, water, potato starch, animal beef protein, potato flakes, salt, glucose syrup, sugar, fruit sugar, beet fiber, potato fiber, yeast extract, aroma, spices (ginger, white pepper, thyme), spice extract (black pepper). Meat content: 63%. Fat content 16%.
Type: Oven, Microwave oven, Air fryer
Preparation for 1 portion (7-8 meatballs)
Preheat your air fryer to 180 degrees for two minutes. Place your frozen meatballs in the air fryer cooking tray. Spray or brush some cooking oil for extra crispiness. Cook for 8 minutes and flip them over after half the time. Let them rest for 2 minutes before serving.
From frozen fry on medium heat for 10-12 minutes
175 C, 20-25 minutes
Place the frozen meatballs in a microwave safe form. Heat at full power (max 750W), stir after half time. Let stand for 1 minute so that the heat is distributed. 10 meatballs approx. 1.5-2 min. 20 meatballs approx 2.5-3 min. Half pack about 5 min. The cooking time may vary slightly depending on the stove and micro.
Hight: 240 mm
Width: 255 mm
Dept: 240 mm
Gross Weight: 1014g
Net Weight : 1000g
Approx. 70 Meatballs
Expiration period from production date: 365 days