The Swedes have lost their traditional meatballs
It turned out that the national dish has Turkish roots.
In Sweden, the present tragedy was played in the end of April the official Twitter of the country there was a message stating that the famous traditional Swedish meatballs actually come from Turkey.
Swedish meatballs are actually based on a recipe King Charles XII brought home from Turkey in the early 18th century. Let’s stick to the facts! pic.twitter.com/JuTDEjq9MM
— Sweden.se (@swedense) April 28, 2018
Swedish meatballs is actually based on the recipe that king Karl XII brought from Turkey in the early eighteenth century. Let’s look facts in the face!
What has been dated is a revelation and why the authorities decided to talk about it right now — is not clear. But after some days users of Twitter continue to be surprised by this “discovery”.
I’m a Turkish man and I love Swedish meatballs ❤ it’s amazing. Thanks for your honesty. ⚖this??
— Damdanakan (@rmstnvct) April 28, 2018
I am a Turk and I love Swedish meatballs. Thank you for your honesty!
My whole life was a lie…
— William J (@William_1088) April 30, 2018
My whole life was a lie
Still great wherever they came from!
— Michelle (@meprice) May 2, 2018
They are still beautiful, no matter where they came to us
This is terrible and heartbreaking ! The whole Swedish national image and economy are at risk. Squeeaakkk !
— Maurizio Giuliano (@maurizio1975) May 1, 2018
It’s awful! The reputation of the whole of Sweden and its economy is now in danger!