Swedes love to eat lingonberry jam with meatballs, mashed potatoes and cream sauce, but the light sweetness is also great with other classic dishes like potato fritters, dumplings and pork pancakes.
Swedes love to eat lingonberry jam with meatballs, mashed potatoes and cream sauce, but the light sweetness is also great with other classic dishes like potato fritters, dumplings and pork pancakes.Lingonberries grow wild in Swedish forests, and in late summer the ground shines red from the small sour berries.Organic food production aims at sustaining farming practices that are better for people and planet.For information about the product including ingredients, allergens and nutritional values, please see the images of the product package.IKEA always strives to provide you correct information, but over time it is possible that ingredients and product labels may change for our food.We therefore ask you to always check the product label on the package before use and not rely solely on the information provided on the website.
Net weight: 400 g
Lingonberry jamArticle no103.086.26
Length: 12 cm
Weight: 0.61 kg
Diameter: 8 cm
Without a doubt, meatballs are the best known of all Swedish dishes, traditionally served with potatoes, lingonberry jam and cream sauce. The dish is an unexpected meeting of flavours as the lingonberry sweetness contrasts, yet harmonizes, with the meatballs, while the cream sauce serves as a neutral “mediator” between the two. Naturally, you’ll find all the ingredients in the IKEA store.
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Small red delicacies
In late summer, the ground in the Swedish forest shines red. It’s lingonberry season and the small sour berries that thrive best in cold climates are ready to be picked. Swedes love eating the jam made from lingonberries with meatballs, mashed potatoes and cream sauce. The light sweetness is also great with other classic dishes like potato fritters, potato dumplings and pork pancakes. Maybe it will be extra tasty knowing that our SYLT LINGON is organic.