Last summer when our Swedish friends where here visiting, Sofie made the best dinners for us. I would be with the kids at soccer practice and walk into a delicious meals waiting for us. After having them here I really started to get the whole Sisterwife thing. I mean, if they are going to make dinner for me on crazy nights..I get it sister wives, I get it.
When Jones Creek Beef asked me share a recipe using their ground beef I thought it was the perfect time to try out one of the delicious meals Sofie made while here.
In Swedish its called biffar, which I guess translate to steak, but when I think of steak I think of something entirely different, so I'm going to call these Swedish Feta Stuffed Meatballs
1 pound Jones Creek Beef
2 table spoons onion powder of 1/2 chopped yellow onion ( I used powder)
1/2 cup milk
4-5 tablespoons bread crumbs (add more if it doesn't form well)
feta cheese, I used one small container for the meatballs and the feta sauce I made to serve with it
Mix all the ingredients except the feta together in a large bowl. Then form the meat mixture into large meatballs, they will shrink down some. Once I had the size I wanted them to be I flattened them a bit in my hand so they looked like hamburgers, grabbed a big chunk of feta and pressed it into a meat, then formed a ball around the feta so the feta is in the middle.
Then stick the meatballs in a pan on medium heat and turn gently every few minutes so they don't fall apart. Mine took about 20 minutes before they were cooked all the way through.
Serve with a salad, potatoes and a yummy little feta dip which is just feta and sour cream mixed together. So good! The kids even asked for left overs for lunch the next day.