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    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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    This is one of my favorite cookies. It's from my Swedish Grandma. They are very simple, but I think that's what I like about them. Very tender and rich.

    Recipe #128617

    5 Reviews |  By kolibri

    Here's a very traditional Finnish bread recipe. Typically this would be made into rolls, but no reason you couldn't make it into a loaf too. It has a great orange-yellow colour and a mild carrot flavour. It's from my trusty baking book Suuri Leivontakirja - Kotilieden parhaat leivonnaiset.

    Recipe #128455

    According to Julia, she first ate Gravlax in the Grand Hotel in Oslo and starting making it then. This recipe easily doubles and will keep (after the cure) for a week in the frig or can be frozen. It's easy to do; the hardest part is the slicing. You can serve it with sauce or, my favorite, just plain with cucumber and good bread, and, if you're adventurous, with some ice cold aquavit. Cooking time is curing time. Servings are estimated for appetizers.

    Recipe #119184

    This is Marcus Samuelsson's rendition of the perennial favorite. The sauce is wonderful, unctuous. They should be served with garlicky mashed potatoes, quick pickled cucumbers and extra lingonberry preserves. The pickled cucumbers (and their juice) are really easy to make and the recipe is posted. If you can't find lingonberry preserves (a pity) you can substitute whole cranberry relish.

    Recipe #118360

    According to Marcus Samuelsson, this is the most popular Swedish condiment, after Lingonberry preserves, of course. They are an accompaniment to Swedish meatballs, other dishes, even served with hot dogs by street vendors. Cooking time is marinating time.

    Recipe #118358

    From Marcus Samuelsson of Aquavit, who says it was what his Swedish Grandmother made on Sunday nights. My change is to add some additional liquid to the pan so that you have enough to make sauce to pour sparingly over the chicken and rice.

    Recipe #118146

    It’s often difficult to find aquavit here in the liquor stores of the United States. So if you have a hankering for that potent liquor, here’s a substitute for you. :) You can experiment with all sorts of flavors, not just caraway. Recipe adapted from "Kitchen of Light: New Scandinavian Cooking with Andreas Viestad" by Andres Viestad. Prep time includes infusion.

    Recipe #117582

    2 Reviews |  By Irmgard

    Known in Finnish as Mansikkalumi, this is similar in texture to a mousse. It is quite simple to prepare and very light in texture, making it an excellent finish to a big meal.

    Recipe #117274

    From Andreas Viestad, a lovely, slightly sweet, onion soup. Prep time includes cooking time because you do have to stir now and then while the onions saute.

    Recipe #116061

    This is a very good way to get your serving of that important fish. I use Cod for this recipe, but any white, firm fish will do. The recipe comes from a book entitled "Trolldom in the Kitchen".

    Recipe #113718

    When we lived in Norway we used to eat lots of fish...this recipe reminds me of a fish soup which was very common there. You can use other fish and shellfish. The potatoes and tomatoes are ingredients I have been adding over the years and listed them as optional.

    Recipe #113086

    35 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    I make this for the "boys" every year during the deer hunt. They talk about it the rest of the year! I like the rich creamy flavor too! This is a little work, but it could easily become a holiday tradition!

    Recipe #110710

    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

    2 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    Piparkakuts are a traditional holiday cookie in Finland. They are usually cut into round scallop shapes, but little boys and pigs are the traditional shapes during the holidays. I found this recipe on the internet and I can't wait to give it a try soon! --NOTE-- cooking time includes cooling time and chilling time.

    Recipe #100516

    Recipe posted in response to a request, and edited once the poster finally conquered her fear of yeast. Finnish korvapuustit are not turned on their side but sit on their bottom - hence step 12! You can of course turn them on their sides too, and call them "kierrepullat" in Finnish instead! Please note that the amount of gluten in flour varies, so use the amount listed here only as a guideline - while it's perfect for me, you might find you need more or less!

    Recipe #98950

    36 Reviews |  By wizkid

    In England, swedish meatballs are very available and cheap. They are very good with the following cream sauce and boiled potatoes. My son, who has to be one of the faddiest people on the planet, found this delicious. This is from the cookbook 'Ikea's Real Swedish Food Book'.

    Recipe #97674

    A homemade version of Delicato's Punschrullar! Recipe posted by request.

    Recipe #95491

    12 Reviews |  By LiisaN

    A traditional Finnish rye bread. Often this would be served with stews or soups - at least thats when I remember having it. Best with butter!

    Recipe #81854

    4 Reviews |  By LiisaN

    One of my favorite Christmas treats, and very popular with the Finnish community with coffee. I know,you're thinking prunes..ewww...but they are very good. (the bake time does not include the overnight dough chill time).

    Recipe #79380

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I saw all these warming spices and I knew I'll like this recipe. I just enjoy Cardamom. Found at: http://www.webterrace.com/christmascookies/recipe2.htm

    Recipe #77477

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