Swedish Recipes
Swedish Recipes
 

Traditional Swedish Recipes

Swedish food tends to be influenced by the seasons with the spicing, and cooking, often reflecting the storage needs of the peasant communitieis of old, as in the case of pickled  herring, freshly salted or smoked meat, or dairy products that have been curdled, boiled or left to mature. 

The following recipes are a taste of what you might enjoy when you visit Sweden - or why not try them at home!

  
27/07/2009: Snaps and Glögg
Part of the Swedish culinary tradition!... more »
27/07/2009: Janssons frestelse
A creamy potato and anchovy casserole that has become a Swedish Classic... more »
27/07/2009: Gravad Lax (Gravlax) - Dill cured Salmon
Famous Scandinavian salmon dish! Thinly sliced, and often with a mustard sauce...... more »
27/07/2009: Toast Skagen (Swedish Prawn Toast)
An elegant appetiser of prawns and whitefish roe.... more »
27/07/2009: Biff á la Lindström (Swedish Hamburger)
Introduced to Sweden in 1862 by Henrik Lindstrom, this beet-packed patty is eat all over the world today.... more »
27/07/2009: Kroppkakor (Filled Dumplings)
There are many recipes for filled potato dumplings, depending on the local area tradition.... more »
27/07/2009: Raggmunk (Swedish Potato Pancake)
Delicious Swedish Potato pancake! Serve with bacon for a real treat.... more »
27/07/2009: Köttbullar (Swedish Meatballs)
Köttbullar or swedish metballs must be prepared, above all, with love. They are also widely known as "Mom's meatballs" for that very reason.... more »
27/07/2009: Kanelbullar (Traditional Cinnamon buns)
Kanelbullar or cinnamon buns are a classic at Swedish coffee parties... more »
27/07/2009: Saffransbullar and Pepparkakor
Saffron Buns and Gingersnaps. Traditional Chritmas treats... more »
 
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