Recipe by Amy
"The original hamburger, these are served like a flattened meatball with some steamed string beans and salad. I also like to use this recipe to make Swedish meatballs (but omit the paprika). My Aunt in Hamburg, Germany taught me this recipe and I've been making them ever since. Serve with steamed string beans and tossed salad. Or serve on a Kaiser roll with lettuce, tomato, pickled cucumbers, finely sliced deep fried onions and curry ketchup."
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onion, finely chopped
chopped fresh parsley
Hungarian hot paprika
salt and ground black pepper to taste
I doubled this recipe (I actually had two day-old Kaiser rolls to use, believe it or not) and actually made meatballs out of them. I set half aside for tomorrow and used the other half to make Swedish Meatballs in a homemade cream sauce. Delicious!
Excellent recipe! I grew up eating Frikadellen and these are just as I remembered. I will be making them for my family often. Thanks Amy!
Delicious recipe Amy! I make Frikadellen for my kids all the time. They love them hot or cold. Adding a little soy sauce and rolling them in breadcrumbs before baking is another variation. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!!! Reminds me of home :)
I have actually made these when I lived About an hour SW of Munich in Germany only I know them under a different name. The name we called them was Rissoles or Koenigsberger but the only difference i used was dill was a spice used and my mother in law who was born and raised in Germany (Swabian dialect) taught me this recipe it is actually one of my favorite and very easy..
Frikadellen is one of my favorites at our local German restaurant. These are good but I am still on the hunt for the recipe with caraway seed. Thanks for sharing Amy.
I followed the recipe exactly and my family couldn't stop raving about it! Even my 3 year old cleaned his plate. We love German food and will add this to our list of German favorites. Thanks for the recipe!
Easy to make. Outcome was a success with a nice flavor :)
Excellent! I could eat them all! I didn't have curry ketchup to put on the roll with the Frikadellen, but tomato ketchup tasted just fine :) Perfect!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
German Hamburgers (Frikadellen)
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 144
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