From Nordic Cookery with Tareq Taylor, a Swedish chef, this is a floral summer dessert made with apples, rosemary, lavender and thick cream. Submitted for ZWT9. I am incredibly anxious to make this because I have lavender & rosemary growing right outside my kitchen!
Cardamom Ice Cream is a delightful topping for Scandinavian fruited desserts, particularly apple desserts like Skånsk Äppelkaka or dried fruit soup ("sweet" soup), served either warm in winter or cold in the summer months.
Found while reading an article on Nordic desserts! I LOVE cardamom!
Cook time is prep time & freeze time is cook time. You'll see what I mean. :) Enjoy!
This vegetarian "ham" has become a favorite substitute for the traditional holiday ham, or skinke, on many Swedish tables.
**I DO NOT know why the measure for onion will not show. Please use 1 small onion, chopped (about 1/2c).
According to 'Jo's Icelandic Recipes' blog, light and frothy cold puddings made with egg and thickened with gelatine are known as "frómas" in Icelandic and as "fromage" in Danish. Those who know their French will realize that this is the French word for "cheese". How it underwent the change in meaning from French to Danish is not known.
This recipe is in all likelihood originally Danish. With a bit of adjustment, it can be adapted to other kinds of flavors. For example, lemon.
Chilling time is not included.
That's Swedish for Spicy Honey and Coconut Pineapple. This recipe came across my desk from the gourmet-spicy -vegetarian yahoo group, posted by Donnalilacflower. It looks fabulous so I'm posting it here! I should probably tell Donna to join Zaar....
This bread, which is lightly flavored with aniseed and orange, makes great toast. Rising time is not included in the prep time or cook time. There's about 2 hours 40 minutes of total rising time. This is a good holiday bread.