Frikadeller are flat, pan-fried dumplings of minced meat, a popular dish in Denmark, Poland and Germany. In Sweden, poached quenelles are called frikadeller and are usually served in soup. There are many variations of frikadeller, but traditionally they are made of minced pork, veal, or beef, chopped onions, eggs, milk or water, bread crumbs, salt and pepper. They are most often served with boiled white potatoes and gravy accompanied by pickled beetroot or cooked red cabbage. Also they can be served with creamed, white cabbage. Their form is generally round, flattened somewhat.
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