Scandinavian fish balls are made of pureed fish, milk and potato flour (or potato starch), and shaped without additional processing, which produces a softer textured food. Fiskbullar in Sweden and fiskeboller in Norway are usually bought in cans. In Sweden, they are normally served with mashed potatoes or rice, boiled green peas and dill, caviar or seafood sauces. In Norway, they are commonly served with potatoes and white sauce made with the stock from the can, sometimes with added curry, and occasionally boiled carrot slices are served on the side or added into the sauce along with the fish balls.
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