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Fantastic dish for the holidays or any day! Really homey and good! Great way to sneak different veggies into picky eaters diets! Any root veggies can be used just use the same measurements provided here. I usually leave out the parsnips since my family refuses to eat them and use an extra potato and an extra carrot. Try this with your favorite combo of root veggies! Posted for Zaar's World Tour 2005- would fit into Scan and Canadian regions as there is alot of Scandinavian influence in the Canadian cuisine.

Recipe #134939

This is so good! Easy to make your own sausage mixture with just some ground meat, shredded potatoes and spices.

Recipe #134943

Awesome Swedish flatbread. Goes well with soups and cheeses. Comes out similar to Rye Crisp. You can try this with wheat flour instead of rye. I would not recommend plain white flour but any 'grain' flour tried might be interesting. World Tour 2005

Recipe #135097

WOW! This is not the same old chicken! Only 6 ingredients your family- kids included- will love this and your guests will think you are the MOST amazing chef! winonaradiocom.

Recipe #137322

Yummy on fish or veggies! Found on What's cooking America and adapted to fit my family's tastes. Very indicative of Scandinavian and some Europian food as well as the areas that have been influenced by those countries. You can make this full fat or reduced by altering the type of sour cream or yogurt you choose.

Recipe #136445

From What's Cooking America. Delicious way to easily prepare salmon. So yummy! This recipe not only appeals to North America- U.S. and Canada- also fits quite well in French, Scandinavian and Eastern European cultures and cuisines.

Recipe #136443

Yummy side dish to serve with any type meat, especially pork. This dish is very popular along the Canadian border as well as with Norwegian immigrants to America and Canada. Try this with a shot of Amaretto added in... mmm...

Recipe #137321

I remember eating this when I was younger. It was the only way I liked cabbage then. This seems to really bring out the sweetness of the vegetable and remove any harshness- which kids just do not enjoy. As a kid it looked like something drenched in gravy or whipped cream- looks are deceiving- but whatever gets the kid to eat the veggie was cool with my mom.

Recipe #169475

We used to have this a lot when I was a kid. Not only is it yummy and filling - it is cheap!

Recipe #169479

This is a long time family recipe that was recently shared with me. Looking for something different to do with fish? This is it! We usually plate this and allow everyone to serve themselves. Wonderful fresh off the smoker as well as COLD from the refrigerator as you would smoked salmon, regardless of they type of fish used. After smoking this will keep for about a week in the refrigerator. I do not care for oily types of fish done this way but many prefer them. I like to smoke whitefish, salmon, perch, or trout. Feel free to use any fish you prefer. Plan AHEAD! Need to brine for about 12 hours and smoke for about 6-8.

Recipe #226732

Keep the heat out of the kitchen this summer! These pepper grilled scallops taste fantastic! Toss them on to a bed of salad greens and veggies and you have a nice light summer dish! They are surprisingly easy to make. Simply, throw some peppercorns on the grill -- and you will have interesting new aromas to sample. Revised recipe from Andrea Viestad's Food for Summer. Adjusted cooking time per recent review.

Recipe #221994

Looking for different ways to use that deer meat? This is a great recipe I found recently that I wanted to share with you all! Recipe originally used lingon berries which can be almost impossible to find in the USA. They very closely resemble cranberries in appearance and flavor so I have substituted those in this recipe. Do not forget to drink the wine that remains in the bottle! hehehe

Recipe #253482

This is the best Lefse you will ever taste! I have such wonderful memories of learning how to make lefse at my Aunt Gwen's. She makes this with authentic, hand made Norwegian rolling pins and lefse sticks made by her father and handed down to her by her mother. Do not fear though! Lefse can be made with regular kitchen equipment like a rolling pin and thin spatula. Traditionally this is served warm with butter or for a treat with cinnamon, sugar or jam. My family always enjoys their lefse with Lutefisk on Christmas Eve. I hate Lutefisk but LOVE lefse! Here is a great site with step by step pictures and instructions OR BETTER YET here is a video I found on the web that will explain the process much better. *NOTE:* If making more than one batch make sure to keep them separate. ONLY MIX ONE BATCH AT A TIME as mixture will become too sticky to work with. Time does not include cooling and resting time.

Recipe #316406

Great for Christmas or anytime of year- especially with coffee or cocoa AND they are lowfat too! If you like them spicier feel free to UP the ginger and/or use FRESH! World Tour 2005 Sweden Desserts

Recipe #135100

Pork roast slow cooked with apples and parsnips makes a wonderful complete and savory meal that not only tastes delicious but will have your whole house smelling fantastic! Don't be tempted to remove the lid or peek at the roast as doing so will allow heat to escape and prevent proper cooking.

Recipe #330892

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