Another recipe from a Swedish cookbook left to me by my neighbor Millie. This is a good hearty breakfast made easy by only using 1 pan. It's sure to stick to the ribs and a great way to use leftover ham and potatoes.
This recipe came from the worn out cookbook of my former neighbor whose parents came from Sweden. When she died I got all her cookbooks so there are some authentic recipes to be found. I have yet to try these but believe me she was a great cook!
The little Norwegian store here makes these by the dozens. They either dunk them in their coffee or butter them on the bottom to eat them. Yum! (Yield depends on how thick and or big you make them, so judge accordingly).
Swedish potatoes from a cookbook from my Swedish neighbor, Millie. These are awesome but a heart attack waiting to happen! LOL. In order to have bacon drippings I sometimes fry the bacon crisp and then crumble it over the top of the potatoes as we like the extra crunch on top of the creamy potatoes.
In traditional Scandinavian style this potato salad combines color with the addition of radishes and peas with fresh dill flavor. This is a super simple salad to whip up quickly. Cooking time does not allow for chilling time.
From a Swedish cookbook left to me by my dear Swedish neighbor. These are awesome, I never thought to just make fritters with nothing but cinnamon! I have yet to make them but when Millie made them I was always sure to get some.
This is a very juicy burger and traditionally served as written on toast with a fried egg for lunch. Without the eggs they are equally as good any other way. If you don’t care for beets, chop them up very fine and no one will even notice them!
This is a mousse in the Scandinavian tradition of making dished with sweetened sour cream. This is a light dessert after a heavy cream laden meal. In keeping with Scandinavian tradition a bright red color is very often used to accent a light colored dish, so serve this with fresh strawberries or raspberries.
When I was a little girl my grandfather, who was a full fledged Norwegian, used to make mashed potato donuts for us on those special times when we got to sleep over at my grandparent’s house. These donuts and wearing “angel jammies” (my grandfathers white T shirts) are 2 treasured memories of “Boppa.” This recipe tastes very much like what I remember his tasting like. Prep time includes chilling time.