From The Joy of Muffins - The International Muffin Cook Book. Here's what the intro says about this recipe. Danish desserts make ample use of cream, sour cream and butter from Denmark's thriving dairies. A walk through Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens is hardly complete without sampling the luxurious creamy Danish desserts which inspired this light sour cream muffin with the mocha cream filling. Try it with dark Scandinavian coffee for a special dessert treat.
From The Joy of Muffins - The International Muffin Cook Book. This is what the intro says for this recipe. Rum-flavored desserts became popular in Denmark because of the Danish colonies in the West Indies. Danish rum-raisin muffins are inspired by romfromage and rombudding, rum cream and rum pudding. They are delicious for tea. Serve them with raspberry jam or whipped cream for real Danish appeal.
The lingonberries that accompany so many Finnish dishes, especially pancakes, are difficult to find in this country, but cranberries make a fine substitute. Wash and drain the cranberries. Remove any soft or discolored cranberries and any leaves or stems. From Vegetable Kingdom.
This traditional Scandinavian recipe often appears on Christmas Eve smorgasbords. You can easily halve the recipe to serve a small gathering, too. Buy one fillet and cut it in half cross-wise or select 2 equal-size pieces of center-cut fillet weighing 1 1/2 to 2 pounds total.
12. Use previously frozen salmon or freeze fish at 0 degrees for 48 hours to kill any parasites that may be present.
From The Joy of Muffins - The International Muffin Cook Book. Here's what the intro to this recipe says: Norwegian eplepai or apple pie, the inspiration for these delicious muffins, is baked full of tart apples, cinnamon, and walnuts. We added cranberries, popular throughout Scandinavia, for extra taste appeal.
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