Swedish Meatballs on Mashed Turnips

Fast and easy to make, slow carb friendly and they make great, fast snacks. Drown it all in no flour gravy. Cranberries optional, substitute creamed corn for slow carb diet. This makings a ton of balls (heh balls) so eat with the turnips for a filling meal, or just microwave a bunch of them with gravy when you’re lazy.

Swedish Meatballs on Mashed Turnips

Fast and easy to make, slow carb friendly and they make great, fast snacks. Drown it all in no flour gravy. Cranberries optional, substitute creamed corn for slow carb diet. This makings a ton of balls (heh balls) so eat with the turnips for a filling meal, or just microwave a bunch of them with gravy when you’re lazy.
Cook Time40 mins
Total Time40 mins
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: swedish
Servings: 4 serving

Ingredients

  • 5 - 8 quartered turnips medium u2013 large , peeled and
  • 2 lbs ground beef
  • salt
  • pepper
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tbsp rosemary
  • 3 tbsps italian seasoning
  • cheese grated parmesean (optional)
  • 3 tbsps sauce worchestershire
  • 3 tbsps chopped garlic
  • creamed corn cranberry sauce or
  • 1/2 butter stick
  • 1/2 cup cream 10 %

Instructions

  • Turn on your ovenu2019s broiler
  • Cover a baking sheet with wax paper (or donu2019t, whatever)
  • Boil the turnips until soft (20 u2013 30 mins)
  • Mash the turnips in a bowl with butter, salt, pepper and cream)
  • Once itu2019s all mashed together move to a colander or sieve and let drain for awhile. One of the downsides of mashed turnips is the weird turnip runoff milk lookin suff (itu2019s kinda gross lookinu2019)
  • Mix the meat with the spice and the egg.
  • Form the meat into 1/2 inch meat balls and arrange on the baking sheet
  • Broil the balls for 4 minutes, turn and broil another 4 minutes