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    Scandinavian Recipes

    Here you'll find a collection of Scandinavian recipes; please check out the Scandinavian Cooking forum here at the site, too. Please let me know of any you think should be added!
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    These are so good. I love them and have been trying to get the recipe for awhile now. My aunt finally came through for me and dug it out.

    Recipe #17092

    20 Reviews |  By Lennie

    According to the 1968 Time/Life book, Foods of the World: The Cooking of Scandinavia, this recipe makes true Swedish meatballs. The proper name is Sma Kottbullar.

    Recipe #13892

    1 Reviews |  By Lennie

    A nice change from Spanish coffee; although, if you prefer that, just replace the cherry liqueur with Tia Maria or Kahlua. It's also nice with Grand Marnier instead of the cherry liqueur, but then you'd have to rename it!

    Recipe #15699

    The Best of Bridge cookbooks are an excellent series of Canadian cookbooks. This recipe is taken from the "Grand Slam" book.

    Recipe #15744

    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Found on the Net in response to a request. This information came with the recipe: "Aebleskiver - a Danish dessert, like doughnut holes, but sweeter & much better traditionally served with glogg during the Advent. Cooked in a cast iron pan that resembles an egg poacher. Serve hot with syrup, jam or powdered sugar."

    Recipe #17897

    5 Reviews |  By Bec

    This family favorite came from my great-grandmother Ida Maria, who was born in 1887. She grew up in Dalarna, a province in Sweden, and moved to the United States when she was 16. And now we prepare this recipe every year for the holidays. I love it! It you want, serve with Lingonberries.

    Recipe #104947

    Delicious! Tart and sweet at the same time! This recipe is old, and I have no idea where it came from...but it is very good. Try it and let me know what your taste buds tell you... This dish goes good with pork of any type.

    Recipe #112362

    This is my Grandmother's recipe she took to the states with her from southern Norway. It is very simple and a definite crowd pleaser. I recommend a cast iron tortilla or crepe pan heated until a drop of water dances on the surface.

    Recipe #112374

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