BLESS THIS MESS
If there's one thing that brings joy to both food enthusiasts and IKEA shoppers, it's those delectable little wonders known as Swedish Meatballs. Bursting with flavor and served with a side of nostalgia, these meatballs have earned their place as a beloved culinary icon.
In a mixing bowl, combine ground chuck, bread crumbs, dry basil, onion powder, ground allspice, black pepper, and salt. Add the egg and mix until incorporated with the meat mixture.
Shape the mixture into small balls using a small cookie scoop or about 2 teaspoons then place the meatballs on a plate. Preheat a skillet and melt the butter.
Cook the meatballs in batches, moving them around to brown all sides (8 to 10 minutes). Set the cooked meatballs aside.
Prepare sauce according to recipe. Pour the sauce into a skillet, bring to a boil, and add the cooked meatballs.
Coat the meatballs with the sauce and warm until heated through. Serve the Swedish meatballs over rice, pasta noodles, or mashed potatoes.