Frikadeller (Denmark)

In the cold January crave strong dishes (meat, potatoes, sauces... thick) but also feel little mess in the kitchen, so we look for simple dishes; so Danish frikadeller is one of those dishes that is ideal for that month. It is basically a recipe for meatballs, so as you imagine it is easy to make. You will need ground meat, white bread without crust, 1 small onion, salt, pepper, 1 egg, milk, cooked beets (you can find it canned), boiled potatoes, oil, broth of meat, flour and butter.
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Take the ground beef and mix it with the chopped onion. Empapad separate slices of bread in milk and throw them the egg; shuffle, and then pieces them meat. Amass without fear, and when you have a smooth paste, make meatballs. Then FRY in oil at not very high heat until browned.
Then we will make the salsa: tamizad flour so there are no lumps and put to cook the meat broth for 5 minutes unless it comes to a boil. In another pot, throw the butter and let heat until hazelnut color, then take the flour and removed to form a mass, add the beef broth and removed until a thick sauce. Now just pour the sauce over the meatballs and accompany with cooked potatoes and beets into slices.
As you can see a very easy-to-make recipe with a typically Nordic flavor. Just one catch: the amount of gadgets that must be scrubbed, but with practice safe that we end up reducing their number.
Source: Enfolang