HUVUDROLL Meatballs, frozen, 1000 g
HUVUDROLL Meatballs, frozen, 1000 g
HUVUDROLL Meatballs, frozen, 1000 g
HUVUDROLL Meatballs, frozen, 1000 g
HUVUDROLL Meatballs, frozen, 1000 g
HUVUDROLL Meatballs, frozen, 1000 g
HUVUDROLL

Our meatballs were launched in 1985 and are loved by people everywhere. With mashed potatoes, cream sauce and lingonberry jam, they’re as Swedish as it gets. Easy to cook and serve – a tasty IKEA icon.

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Served with mashed potatoes, cream sauce and lingonberry jam, HUVUDROLL meatballs are as Swedish as it gets. Every year, they are eaten and loved by millions of people around the world.A tasteful icon from IKEA since 1985. Gently seasoned to enhance the meat flavour and are great to enjoy with traditional condiments or in new combinations.Meatballs should taste like meat. That’s why we’ve seasoned the beef and pork gently with only a few ingredients, every one of them enhancing the meat flavour even more.Easily prepared from frozen in minutes. In the oven, in the microwave or on the stove.Easily portioned. Prepare the amount needed, leave the rest in the freezer.Just as tasty warm as they are cold, e.g. halved as a sandwich topping.Prepare from frozen.Oven: Preheat the oven to 180°C. Place the balls in an ovenproof dish in the centre of the oven. Heat for approx. 20 minutes.Frying pan: Fry them in a little oil on low to medium heat for approx. 10 minutes. Stir every other minute.Microwave (700W): Place in a bowl without a lid. Heat for 2 minutes for every 5 balls. Stir halfway through.Keep frozen at –18°C or below. Do not refreeze once defrosted.
Article Number404.877.87
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HUVUDROLL Meatballs, frozen, 1000 g

A buffet of good

Today’s recipe for the classic IKEA meatball rolled out from our test kitchen already in 1985. Since then, the IKEA meatball has become an icon on plates around the world and a proud example of traditional Swedish cooking. But, when we asked customers on three different continents what food they prefer, we realised we had to extend our meatball family with tasty alternatives.

“Not everyone eats beef or pork, so we went into the kitchen to create new recipes,” says David Johansson, chef and product developer at IKEA Food Services. First came the chicken ball – an alternative for those who like meat, but not necessarily red meat. “Like all our meatballs it’s just as good hot as cold, and we’ve seasoned it gently so it fits different cuisines and local flavours.”

Heated arguments

Severin threw himself into the job of creating the perfect meatball recipe, a challenge that involved long and passionate discussions with his team and Ingvar Kamprad. Even within Sweden, opinions vary greatly on how a meatball should taste. Between Ingvar hailing from the south, and Severin a couple of dialects north, there were deeply rooted disagreements about what a real Swedish meatball should taste like.

Cold facts

Over the course of 10 months, Severin hardly left the kitchen. He was totally engulfed and put his heart and soul into finding the right recipe. He not only had to create a meatball that tasted good, he had to create one that could be made in batches of more than 300 kg each.

More than 1 billion sold every year

Nearly a year after the project started, IKEA restaurants began serving the IKEA version of Swedish meatballs. Each time a new IKEA store opened, Severin could see thousands of people lining up to be served. “It warms my heart to know I had a small piece of doing something tasty for a lot of people. The meatball embodies so much of the IKEA culture: it’s convenient, it’s Swedish, and it’s for the many. And after so many years, it’s still on the menu at every IKEA store in the world.”

New flavours in a classic shape

Sustainability was also a reason to create new options. “With the veggie ball we wanted to offer something as appreciated as the classic meatball, but plant-based and with less environmental impact,” explains David. Next came the salmon and cod ball. It contains pieces of salmon that are too small to be used as whole fillets. “And since it’s very tasty meat, we thought, why not make delicious fish balls of it instead?” says David.

Recreating the meatball without meat

The newest edition to the family is the plant ball. It’s made with pea protein, potatoes, apple, oats and onion, but has the great taste and juicy bite of a meatball – making it perfect for everyone who wants to cut down on meat without losing out on the experience. With a climate footprint that is just 4% of the meatball’s, the plant ball has the power to make a difference. “A lot has happened since 1985. Now, there are eatable IKEA icons for more of the many people. No matter if you’re flexitarian, vegan, meat lover, have dietary needs or cultural preferences.”

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With a taste of Sweden

If Sweden were a taste, it would taste like HUVUDROLL meatballs. Since we launched our meatballs in 1985, they are eaten and loved every year by millions of people everywhere. To enhance the meat flavour, they are gently seasoned. Either serve them classically with mashed potatoes, cream sauce and lingonberry jam, a dish with both harmony and flavour contrasts – or choose new, more unexpected combinations. Regardless of how they’re enjoyed, our meatballs are always a tasty icon!

HUVUDROLL
Meatballs, frozen1000 g

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HUVUDROLL Meatballs, frozen, 1000 g

HUVUDROLL

6.99/ kg