Home cooks around the world shared their joy yesterday when IKEA shared the secret recipe for its famous meatballs.The Swedish furniture giant reveale
Home cooks around the world shared their joy yesterday when IKEA shared the secret recipe for its famous meatballs.
The Swedish furniture giant revealed their famous dish is made by mixing pork and beef mince with garlic and onion as they released a recipe card with step-by-step features in true IKEA fashion.
Now dozens of food fans have attempted to make the dish – with its accompanying cheese sauce from the comfort of their kitchen.
Dozens of high street favourites, including McDonald’s, Greggs and Pizza Express have shared their top secret recipes so food fans can recreate their popular dishes at home.
Here FEMAIL shares the best attempts at the Swedish staple…
Home cook Trista Sellyeg went all out on their attempt to make the meatballs, adding a Swedish flag
UK Twitter user Kelsey tried the meatballs with apples and spinach – a healthy take on the dish
Dan Zha served his meatballs with potatoes, creamy cheese sauce and cranberry sauce for an extra punch
Clifton Crafts shared their attempt at the recipe, making them with meatballs with turkey instead of pork in a healthy twist
One influencer, who share food pictures under the user name @eatstodiefor, shared their very good attempt at the meatballs
Ms Joycek, who works as a private chef, shared her delicious looking attempt at making the meatballs to Instagram
The Swedish staple, a popular choice for those visiting the cafe of the furniture giant, are usually served hot, but are also available frozen in the Swedish Food Market.
While all of their 22 UK stores shut at the start of the lockdown, some of their food markets have re-opened to key workers, vulnerable customers and co-workers, giving them the opportunity to purchase essential food items.
The car parks of its Wembley and Gateshead stores have transformed into drive-through testing centres for NHS staff.
In true IKEA style, the Swedish furniture giant also shared a pictured step-by-step guide to making the iconic dish