Frikadeller

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Frikadeller are flat, pan-fried meatballs of minced meat, often likened to the Danish version of meatballs.wikipedia
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Frikadeller are flat, pan-fried meatballs of minced meat, often likened to the Danish version of meatballs.
Danish meatballs are known as frikadeller and are typically fried. They are usually made out of ground pork, veal, onions, eggs, salt, and pepper; these are formed into balls and flattened somewhat, so they are pan ready. However, the Danish cuisine also includes other versions, such as "Boller i Karry" (meatballs in curry sauce, typically served with rice), and the smaller meatballs used in soup with "Melboller" (Danish dumplings).

Denmark

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Frikadeller are flat, pan-fried meatballs of minced meat, often likened to the Danish version of meatballs.
Hot meals traditionally consist of ground meats, such as frikadeller (meat balls of veal and pork) and hakkebøf (minced beef patties), or of more substantial meat and fish dishes such as flæskesteg (roast pork with crackling) and kogt torsk (poached cod) with mustard sauce and trimmings.

Perkedel

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Frikadeller are also known in Indonesian cuisine through Dutch cuisine (of the frikadel, which is historically similar to the frikadaller) influence and called perkedel, however the main ingredient is not meat, but mashed potato, sometimes slightly mixed with ground meat or corned beef.
Perkedel is believed to be derived from Dutch frikadeller, which is actually a Danish meatball or minced meat dish.

Danish cuisine

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The origin of the dish is unknown but frikadeller are most often associated with Danish cuisine specifically or Scandinavian cuisine in general.
Ground meats (pork, veal or beef) became widespread during the industrial revolution and traditional dishes that are still popular includes frikadeller (meat balls), karbonader (breaded pork patties) and medisterpølse (fried sausage).

Smørrebrød

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Frikadeller are also eaten on rugbrød with red cabbage or pickle slices as a traditional Danish smørrebrød
One or several warm dishes are often served with the meats on special occasions, for example: breaded plaice filet, fried medister sausage, frikadeller with pickled red cabbage, or mørbradbøf (pork tenderloin with sauteed onions or a creamy mushroom sauce).

Sri Lankan cuisine

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They are mostly found in lamprais.
A Dutch Burgher-influenced dish, lamprais is rice boiled in stock accompanied by frikkadels (frikadeller meatballs), a mixed meat curry, blachan, aubergine curry, and seeni sambol.

Hamburg steak

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Frikadeller

Frikandel

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Frikandel, a Dutch minced-meat hot dog
In many other countries, including South Africa, Denmark and Germany, frikadel or Frikadelle (not to be confused with frikandel) is the local name of minced-meat meatballs or patties like those used in hamburgers.

Germany

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Besides Denmark, frikadeller are a popular dish in much of Europe, especially Germany, where they are known as Frikadellen, Buletten, Fleischküchle or Fleischpflanzerl, and Austria, where they are known as Faschierte Laibchen.

Austria

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Besides Denmark, frikadeller are a popular dish in much of Europe, especially Germany, where they are known as Frikadellen, Buletten, Fleischküchle or Fleischpflanzerl, and Austria, where they are known as Faschierte Laibchen.

Faroe Islands

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Norway

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Poland

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Czech Republic

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Slovakia

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Slovenia

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Croatia

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Russia

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Estonia

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Ukraine

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Latvia

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.

Netherlands

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Through cultural exchange with the aforementioned countries, frikadeller have also entered national cuisines of other European countries such as Faroe Islands, Norway, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Russia, Estonia, Ukraine, Latvia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Serbia as well as South Africa, where they form part of the Afrikaner culinary heritage.