Who has not dreamt about cooking your own IKEA meatballs and creamy sauce at home?
Ever since the pandemic and consequent lockdown have started, the food brands we all love have stepped up and made their secret recipes available for home cooking. McDonald’s shared the recipe of its sausage-and-egg McMuffin, Wagamama their signature Chicken Katsu Curry and Waffle Houses their famous, well, waffles.
Even Burger King has tried helping us make their signature burgers by sharing the list of ingredients on social media.
Today, IKEA has joined them. The Swedish retailer might be known for its flat-packed affordable design furniture but it certainly is for its famous meatballs that we all go back time after time. And now we can all make them from home!
IKEA shared the recipe for its best-selling dish. And the six-step recipe even includes the accompanying Swedish cream sauce! All you’ll need to add really, are the fries!
IKEA’s Country Food Manager, Lorena Lourido, says: “We know that some people might be missing our meatballs, which is why we’ve released an at-home alternative which, using easily accessible ingredients, will help those looking for some inspiration in the kitchen.”
Now let’s hope they taste as good at home.
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