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ALLEMANSRÄTTEN Mix for cream sauce

Price $ 1.50/0.062 lb
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Meatballs with mashed potatoes, cream sauce and lingonberry jam is Sweden’s No.1 dish.

Article Number703.543.09

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Cream sauce should be creamy and aromatic. That’s why every flavor in our mix for cream sauce is released when you add the cream and heat.

Make your sauce more exciting. Mix with spices like green peppercorn, herbs like thyme, or your favorite mustard.


    Net weight: 1.0 oz

    • ALLEMANSRÄTTENArticle Number703.543.09

      Width: ½ "

      Height: ½ "

      Length: ½ "

      Weight: 4 oz

      Package(s): 1

    My family loves having thisLoraMy family loves having this gravy/sauce with their Swedish meatballs (which we also buy at IKEA). It isn’t heavy or greasy, it is very easy to make, there is more than enough to satisfy my family of five, and the price is great. I often pick up a few extra because it is also a favorite over egg noodles and mashed potatoes, when those are the side dish.5
    Swedish Meatball GravyjohnVery tasty5
    Very good!AMANDAVery good!5
    Good stuff.ANGELAGood stuff.5
    Meatball gravyBeckyThis is a tasty gravy with meatballs and mashed potatoes. Bear in mind you have to whisk it well while cooking to remove the lumps. But well worth it.5
    Good gravy! Didn’t add theRamonaGood gravy! Didn’t add the cream the first couple times I mad it, but it was still good. Adding the cream took it to a whole new level!! Great when you don’t have time to make gravy from scratch.5
    The gravy for the IKEA Swedish Meatballs.FRANKFollow the instructions and it tastes just like it does at IKEA.5
    Doesn’t make enoughJasonThough it is delicious, a single packet only makes like 4 teaspoons of gravy. Not nearly enough for a serving of meatballs. You have to buy a lot of packets to make enough gravy for more than a small dollop per serving of meatballs.4
    Love this product!!!JanThis tastes really close to my Swedish Grandma's sauce for her meatballs! I do modify it though as she used cream and sour cream in hers!5
    Packaged gravy..what’s to say?DebPrepared with potatoes and meatballs…just go together4
    With my allergies I canNancyWith my allergies I can not have regular grocery store gravy. I love the flavor.5
    GravyArleneI wasn’t expecting to eat, or like this gravy. I always eat the Swedish meatballs with lingonberries. But my family likes gravy soI bought it. We alll loved it. I still used the lingonberries with the gravy on mine.4
    Makes good gravyLOISMakes good gravy5
    OMGFranI am not normally a huge gravy fan like the rest of my family, but this was amazing! We had it with the meatballs and mashed potatoes after a long day of dreaming at IKEA, and all of us exclaimed, "oooooo! this is so good!"5
    LoveTessThis is a nice quick sauce mix and I love it5
    ClumpsMarielaFlavor is really good, but no matter what I do following instructions I can’t prevent tons on clumps.3
    Easy and deliciousFLORENCEGrowing up in Sweden, we like sauces/gravies on the meatballs, fish etc. and this one does not disappoint!5
    ALLEMANSRÄTTEN Mix for cream sauce

    Making meatballs for everyone

    The IKEA meatball is a taste of Swedish culture. But not everyone eats meat. So we talked to people from Asia, Europe and North America. What flavors do they like, what kind of culinary choices do they make? Then we created a vegetable ball. But to appeal to as many as possible, this was not enough. So we created a chicken ball, too. All varieties, together with the essential sidekicks of cream sauce and mashed potatoes, make the ALLEMANSRÄTTEN series.

    Annika Dunnico helped develop the products. “If you’re flexitarian, vegan, have dietary needs based on cultural beliefs, or just want to have your pick. It’s every person’s right to be able to experience this traditional food from IKEA, no matter who you are,” says Annika. In addition to her favorite—the classic pork and beef meatball—she’s a big fan of one ball in particular. “I think the veggie ball is absolutely fantastic. You can do so many different things with it,” she says, going on to explain it was created to adapt well to different cultural cuisines like curry or BBQ.

    Offering a more sustainable choice

    Sustainability was a big reason Annika and her team developed new options, too. Meat production contributes to climate change, and one way to combat that is with our food choices. Eating vegetarian meals more often can have a positive impact on our environment. The chicken ball has a carbon footprint that’s more than five times lower than the classic meatball, and the veggie ball is even more climate friendly, with a carbon footprint 30 times lower. Both the chicken and veggie balls are also lower in fat and calories, making them healthier options too. “Even if you’re not vegan or vegetarian you may want these options,” says Annika. “People are just looking to find an appealing offer. We are world famous for our meatball, and now we’ve adapted it so everybody can enjoy it.”