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I tried it too! But I made little mini meatballs! They were yum indeed!
It was good hey! But I don’t think I’ll make it again.. we were stuffed, lol
haven’t commented in a while and I’m back now. And I have to say that I just LOVE the pictures of your anniversary. So beautiful. 🙂
Aww thanks!! It was a really lovely night 🙂
omg I love that japanese place too!!!
Yayy it’s a small world! They’re also pretty decently priced, considering their location
Oh my gosh, that is the best thing I have seen all week…. yummy!!!
Heh you should try and make it! SO yum :)~
Oh, looks good. What is rusk flour??
No idea! I used cornstarch as a substitute.. basically just a thickener I think
Hmm. You just gave me an idea for this weekend’s picnic. -winks-
Make sure you keep the meatballs warm though! don’t think they’ll be nice cold 😛
those York St. japanese restuarants are the best. so cheap and yummy. always so packed though, i wish so many people didn’t know about it! haha
hah yeah.. at 10pm they’re packed!
That ramen sounds delicious!
It’s real yum.. the only place i can find that serves butter ramen!
I haven’t tried the Ikea one before but I am so going to try out this recipe! Just to clarify:
So there are potatoes in the meatball mixture as well?
I should be able to use extra virgin oil to fry the meatballs, rather than frying them in ‘plenty of butter’ right? This recipe is already so rich!
Actually that’s what I found wrong – when they say mix the potatoes I ignored it, as the potatoes are served whole AFTER! I think they meant to say “mince” 😛
Oh ok! I found it weird to be adding potatoes into the meatball mixture too. Also, I have no idea what rusk flour is but you used cornstarch as a substitute and it worked too right?
my mum just said to substitute rusk flour with some breadcrumbs 🙂
Oh ok. Will do that instead 🙂
I’ve never tried those at Ikea before.. but yours look real good!
the Ikea meatballs are the BEST.. you gotta try them! Pretty cheap to boot :)~
hey Bev ! the meatball looks really good ! i must try to make it too ! hehe. I havent been cooking for the longest time, hehe, lazy me !
btw, i have move all my Food Photos to which I’ve created for Asian Food fans, be sure to check it out 🙂
Ohhhhh cool community!!! joining now 🙂
ooh do they taste like ikea meatballs??? they sure look like them!!!
and i LOVE butter… so maybe i should try the ramen!
Yup that’s the recipe for Ikea meatballs! sooo yum
Ahh! They remind me of Ikea’s swedish meatballs! Mm. I hope I get to try the recipt next time! 🙂
They are! That’s the recipe 🙂
ive tried the one on the left before. it was horrible. the whole bowl of ramen were full of beansprout!! must have a look at the one on the left. is it left when you face road or left when you face the shop? i actually think the ramen stores that are in the strand and opposite kino (e bkshop) is nice..! its also always packed.
Hehhehehehe I specifically said NO BEANSPROUTS!!! They always come with spouts and are so disgusting ;( It’s on the left facing the shops 🙂
They look so wonderful! Is the recipe easy? I’m REALLY lazy. 😛
Yes!! Real easy.. only 5 steps to make the meatballs and only takes about 15 mins to prepare – longest time is chopping the onions finely but you can just use a blender
Whoa! The meatballs look really delicious! I’m going to try out the recipe soon too!
THey’re really *delicious* but just soooo filling!
Yes!! I think Ikea’s are the swedish meatballs though.. I totally love them – the above recipe is specifically for those :)~
oh yes, Ikea Swedish meatballs ! i must have them each time i go there 😛
wowowow. very cool! memory’ed!
Heh. I wouldn’t recommend cooking it unless you have 4 people eating tho!