Haus-Gemachte Frikadellen – The Classic Danish Meatballs

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Frikadellen – pan-fried meat dumplings (usually a mixture of beef and pork) actually originates from Denmark, but has nevertheless made a mark in the Hessian parts of Germany. It’s a must-have at the Wochenmärkte along the German streets, eaten either with their specialty Waldpilz Soße (Forest Mushroom sauce) or with other accompaniments like Bratkartoffeln (stir-fried potato and meat slices), mashed potatoes, salad and Brötchen (buns).

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