This recipe comes straight from my mother-in-law in Denmark. It's a little labour-intensive, but once you get the hang of it, you'll be addicted! Serve warm with a brown sauce, small red boiled potatoes and sweet and sour cabbage. Better still, double the batch and have enough the next day to slice and place on toast with mayonnaise (open-faced, of course, the Scandinavian way)!
Just like my danish grandmothers frikadeller. My husband is now no longer eating starches, so I have tried making these with grated beetroot instead of breadcrumbs and flour - they were good, but just eliminating breadcrumbs, flour and soda water still made an excellent alternative gluten free Frikadeller - 29 Oct 2011
This is just how my Danish family taught me - except that my Gram would either mix in dillweed, or sprinkle fresh dill over them when serving. Very addicting! - 29 Mar 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
my family also makes this recipe but we add allspice and make into patties.this has been a christmas tradition for as long as i can remember. my grandmother was from denmark and we have many of her family recipes.labor intense but sooo worth it. - 30 Aug 2009 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)