These vegan Swedish meatballs, made from protein-rich tempeh, are simmered with a creamy sauce. Served over mashed potatoes, noodles, or rice, they’re a perfect comfort food!
Oh, I do love a good comfort food.
I’m half Greek, and the home cooks in my life when I was growing up were my mother and grandmother.
They prepared some traditional Greek and Mediterranean dishes. They both loved classic comfort food, which they shared with me.
My passion for veganized comfort food extends to vegan salisbury steak with mushroom gravy, mac and cheese, skillet lasagna, chickpeas à la king, and sweet potato black bean burgers.
Today, vegan Swedish Meatballs join this list of loved meals.
What are Swedish Meatballs?
If you’ve never had Swedish meatballs before, then you’re in for a treat.
Swedish meatballs look similar to regular meatballs. However, they have some distinct differences.
Swedish meatballs can be smaller than meatballs of other types.
Second—and more importantly—they’re simmered in a creamy, gravy-like sauce.
Finally, these meatballs can be served over pasta or noodles, but they’re often served over mashed…