Combine egg, milk, and bread crumbs in a bowl and let stand a few minutes.
Brown onion in 1 Tbsp. butter. Combine well with the crumb mixture, meats, and the seasonings. Shape into 3 dozen small meatballs about 1 inch in diameter.
Brown the meatballs in the remaining butter. When nicely browned, pour off all but 1 Tbsp. of the fat. Sprinkle the flour over the remaining fat and stir it over low heat for a couple of minutes. Add the hot water, stirring to get all the flour incorporated. Cover the pan, and simmer the meatballs on medium low for 35 - 40 minutes, stirring occasionally. At the last, add the cream and a small sprinkling of mace, and heat through.
Serve with your favorite kind of noodles and a nice salad.
By Copasetic 1 from North Royalton, OH
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Looking for a recipe we had once of Swedish Meatballs using Lipton Onion Soup. They were delicious and would love to fine the recipe for making them.
We love the Swedish Meatballs, and even with noodles, this bunch of potato loves will want mashed potatoes as well. A good green bean casserole also goes nice with it along with a green tossed salad. No bread is needed, but a basket of nice fresh crusty hard rolls will disappear in no time at all. This is comfort food at its very best.
Thank you Barb. Definitely a winner here.
I love Swedish meatballs. I don't use pork in mine and I add 1/4 tsp.of allspice. The mace sounds good.Thanks for sharing.
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