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    'Swedish Meatball' Apparently Not Genuine Swedish

    Tuesday, May 8, 2018, May 08, 2018 EDT Last Updated 2018-05-09T03:51:09Z
    Ikea and swedish meatball is a thing that can not be separated from the Swedish country.

    Delights and also the distinctiveness of Swedish meatballs are often so coveted and even considered as one of the typical food of the country. Swedish-style meatballs called Kottbullar is served with red sauce and brown gravy or sauce.

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    In his country, the favorite food is usually eaten with lingonberry jam.

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    But in fact, Swedish meatball or Swedish meatball is not from Sweden.

    Sweden's official twitter account Sweden.se run by the Swedish Institute revealed the shocking news that this Swedish meatball originated in Turkey.

    "Swedish meatball is actually a food made from the original recipe from Turkey and brought home by King Charles XII in the 18th century," wrote the page quoted from The Daily Meal.

    King Charles himself was a king who occupied the Swedish throne in 1697 until his death in 1718. But during his military defeat from Russia, he was exiled to Turkey in 1709-1714 - later known as the Ottoman empire.

    Kottbullar or swedish meatball first appeared in Sweden, 41 years after the king returned. This recipe appears in a popular cookbook written by Cajsa Warg.

    It's just that until now it is unclear whether the secret recipe of the king is really revealed or 'modification' which is then modified again. This is what then makes a lot of people misguided and mistaken about the country of origin of these foods.

    The fact is then stir the virtual world. Many people feel 'fooled' all this time.

    "My whole life is a lie," writes @ William_1088.

    "It's exactly the same as when I was 15 years old and my parents said that santa is not real," rich @ ken_hjelm.

    However, there are also warganet who share other knowledge. The @nerudagungoren account confirms that roasted coffee beans and cabbage (kaldomar) were also brought to Sweden from Turkey by King Charles XII.

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