Mix package contents with 1/2 cup water, then add 2 cups of ground beef or other meat and mix well. Form into small patties and brown in pan. In Berlin they add caraway seeds to the mix and call it Frikadellen mit Kümmel.
The ingredients: are: Breadcrumbs (wheat flour, salt, yeast, spice extract), spices (onions 16%), paprika, mustard, garlic, pepper, curcuma, wheat flour, iodized salt, egg white powder, parsley, sunflower oil, yeast extract, flavor. May contain traces of milk and celery.
In the Netherlands, a meatball goes by the name 'gehaktbal' ("ball of minced meat") and is often served with boiled potatoes and vegetables. This combination has been the most common dish in Dutch households for many years.
In Norway, meatballs are called kjøttkaker ("meat cakes") and resemble Danish frikadeller, but they are usually made from ground beef. This dish is traditionally served with boiled potatoes, gravy, lingonberry jam and/or stewed green peas. Some people also like to add fried/caramelized onion on the side.