This are leftovers from yesterday – still yummy.

Last night my wife told me to cook the Swedish Meatballs, bought at IKEA. My kids supposed to like to eat them.

This meal is extremely easy. Put the frozen meatballs (they are cooked already) on ungreased cookie sheet, heat for 10 minutes. Meatballs done.

Peel three, four IDAHO potatoes, cut into small, one inch pieces. Drop the potatoes in the pot of boiling salted water. Cook until soft, about 15 minutes. Drain the potatoes, put them in the large bowl, add quarter stick of butter, mash them with potato masher. Potatoes done.

Pour a cup of cold water into a sauce pan with heavy bottom, so the sauce does not burn easily. Add half a cup of sour cream, mix until almost boiling, pour slowly the content of a bag of Cream Sauce for Meatballs (bought at IKEA) mixing with a whisk, make sure there are no clumps. Pour into a nice sauce bowl. Sauce done.

Put few or more meatballs on a plate, add some mashed potatoes, pour some gravy over potatoes and meatballs, garnish with a table spoon (two for me) of Lingonberry Jam (bought at IKEA). Eat with pleasure.

My kids did not eat the food.

Zbyszko the Cooker wanted pasta instead of potatoes. He can eat pasta anytime. I said no way. Swedish people do not eat meatballs with pasta. He poured half a pint of sour cream over his potatoes and ate only that (no meatballs). Mieszko was not hungry even for the meatballs. He can eat meat anytime. My wife ate some leftover food from yesterday. I was not hungry after my session with Beaujolais Villages. The meatballs and the rest went to refrigerator – I am not cooking ever again!

Today, I am finishing the leftovers. This meatballs are small, easy to pick with your fingers and are a hit with kids. Thy snacked on it all day. We need to get more Swedish Meatballs next time we are shopping for furniture at IKEA.

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