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    There is only one other recipe like this on Food.com, but this one is a bit different in that there are no raisins and uses cardamom (very Finnish!) as flavoring. The Ålands Pancake starts off with a base of Semolina Porridge (prepared Cream of Wheat cereal), and is baked in a rectangular pan, then sliced and topped with cloudberry jam. Serving size is a guess, as the Scandi-Home source didn't provide the info.

    Recipe #504207

    This soup is very refreshing on a hot day.

    Recipe #62546

    Based on a recipe from Sunset’s Breakfast & Brunches cookbook. You will need an ebelskiver (aebleskiver or aebelskiver) pan to make this; we purchased our NordicWare one at L.L. Bean’s in Freeport, Maine. “The tender ball-shaped pancakes the Danish call “aebleskiver” derive their roundness from the iron in which they’re cooked…. To make perfectly round aebleskiver, you must frequently lift and turn the baked section of each ball. They will eventually seal themselves, creating a hollow in each center. Serve with your favorite jam or preserves.” When we make these, we experiment by placing the jam, preserves, or chocolate inside the aebleskivers!

    Recipe #414783

    Almond flavored cookies rolled in powdered sugar. From a Danish cooking site. Sounds very similar to a recipe my Mom makes for her Christmas cookie trays. For ZWT6.

    Recipe #425062

    A buttery crust filled with an sophisticated almond custard.

    Recipe #71275

    A very easy, very tasty way to incorporate more fish in our diet.

    Recipe #77489

    Simple muffins from scratch with a surprise filling. They are not too sweet. The original recipe also suggests substituting another fruit, or steamed carrots, for the plum filling. I tried it with blueberries, most of them stayed in the middle but they rose to the top on a few of the muffins. You could also use jam. For ZWT7, from ricettedalmondo.it

    Recipe #457300

    Rich, white rolls filled with brown sugar and blueberries, dusted with powdered sugar. The picture looks delicious- I can't wait to try it! From Saveur magazine.

    Recipe #234504

    These are a lot of work, but you'll get a big 'wow' when you serve them. The filling is delicious, and the buttery cookies just melt in your mouth! The cookie dough recipe comes from TOH magazine, and I made the filling recipe up myself. I think it'd would be great if you had a heart shaped cookie cutter, and used strawberries and strawberry jelly instead, for valentines day. For 1/2 quart of blueberries, I poured in half of a quart sized bag of homegrown.

    Recipe #208716

    Based on a recipe from Anna-Maija’s and Juha Tanttu’s book, Food from Finland. This might even be good with some whipped cream!

    Recipe #426320

    Sandwich loaves, or ‘bread cakes’ as they are called in Iceland, are an enduring presence at Icelandic celebrations where cakes are served. While the fillings have changed over the years and they don’t use half as much mayonnaise in them as once was the case, yet they continue to be a vehicle for cooks to display their talents with garnish, and are a savory palate cleanser in between nibbles of all the sweet cakes usually served at traditional birthday parties. See note at end of recipe regarding the bread that is used. Recipe is from icecook.blogspot.com. Posted for ZWT9.

    Recipe #504593

    This is rich in dairy and delicious.

    Recipe #80658

    In Norway this dish is usually served with the Norwegian national dish, cod! May I suggest recipe#504392

    Recipe #504455

    Based on a recipe from Beatrice A. Ojakangas’ book, The Finnish Cookbook. She says, “Sometimes called 'Pigs in Blankets,' this universal favorite is also a favored dish in Finland. Serve with boiled or mashed potatoes and cranberry or lingonberry sauce.” My late grandmother Elina Ervo is from Finland and she lived with my parents, siblings and I for many years when I was growing up. She made a variation on this dish frequently (hers had a tomato-based sauce). When my grandmother made this I thought I’d never be able to do it myself because her rolls were all consistent in size and gorgeous looking! This was among my favorite childhood dishes that Grandma made and now I make it frequently, too. Now that I’m in Maine, I also love to make this with ground moose in place of the ground beef!

    Recipe #426711

    kind of like a cabbage quiche. Very tasty - don't let the 'cabbage' put you off.

    Recipe #62295

    Popular throughout Scandinavia The danes like to add a shot of sherry!

    Recipe #504393

    Basic choux pastry dough for eclairs, cream puffs, profiteroles, almond rings, crab puffs, etc. These are much easier to make than I would have thought, and they have a nice tast. You need fairly large saucepan because of all the stirring. I got 16 half dollar sized cream puffs out of one batch. This recipe comes from "Fabulous Cake Decorating" printed by Eaglemoss.

    Recipe #159039

    A traditional Swedish treat, usually made at Christmastime. From a recipe booklet "Favorite Swedish Recipes" and posted for ZWT9 Scandinavia. DOES NOT INCLUDE REFRIGERATION TIME OF 1 HOUR

    Recipe #504565

    A fluffy dessert served in small bowls with crisp almond cookies, or used in a torte. Norwegian recipe from ancestry.com for ZWT6.

    Recipe #428173

    Based on a soup recipe from Beatrice Ojakangas' book, The Finnish Cookbook. I confess that I added the brandy to the carrots!

    Recipe #274678

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