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    ZWT- Scandinavia

    Collection of Scandinavian recipes posted for ZWT-6.

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    Posted for ZWT-6. From the Usborne Children's World Cookbook that Gramma gave to my son when he was first learning to cook. To celebrate the short Scandinavian summer, people make special fruit puddings such as this one. Any berry or combination of berries works, but you may need to adjust the amount of sugar to compensate. Chilling time is unknown, so be sure to make this dessert ahead of time. NOTE: This recipe was printed in the World Cookbook as a pudding. Thanks to UmmIbrahim for taking the time to make and review this recipe. As a result of her findings, I've re-titled it as a soup instead of a pudding. Berry soups are a popular treat in Scandinavia and because of that I've decided it should really be presented as a cold soup. :)

    Recipe #423406

    I don't know if this is exactly how gramma made her potato pancakes, as I never got the actual recipe. But I remember grating onion for hers so this is a hybrid of my memory and a basic version from Scandinavia.com. I think a major component missing in the online recipe was baking powder. Also, this can be started the night before by grating the potatoes and then covering them with cold water and refrigerating overnight.

    Recipe #427612

    The Swedish mashed potatoes took a bit of getting used to for me. I love nutmeg in my apple pies and other sweets, but it's not a flavor I expect in my mashed potatoes. Of course I always ate them the way my first husband's Norwegian gramma made them, but when I make them myself I use just enough to add a hint of flavor. After all, without the nutmeg they're just plain mashed potatoes. ;)

    Recipe #427605

    When I was a teen my first husband's Norwegian grandparents taught me to make this thin, potato pancake. The recipe is delicious, of course, but the most wonderful thing about it was their tradition of making it as a family. Over 20 years later, I'm still using Gramma's handwritten card, but am finally posting this dear to my heart recipe for ZWT-6. The mashed potatoes must be completely cold before adding the flour or else the mixture turns to paste, so I like to make them the night before & refrigerate overnight. The lefse rolling pin, with it's deep, checkerboard grooves and the lefse turner are traditional tools, but the pancakes can easily be made with a regular pin and spatula.

    Recipe #427471

    Posted for ZWT-6, this recipe comes from the Usborne Children's World Cookbook that gramma gave my son when he was first learning to cook. Any strong-flavored cheese will work in this recipe, such as cheddar, but if you are looking for an authentic Dutch flavor, choose either Edam or Gouda. The servings, cook & prep time are estimates.

    Recipe #423338

    Smorrebrod are open-faced sandwiches, made with just about any ingredients and usually eaten with a knife and fork. This is more a list of sandwich options rather than one specific recipe so ingredient amounts are an estimate. Use any of these combination suggestions or create your own with the ingredients you have on hand. Set out a smorgasbord buffet and let your family or guests make their own sandwiches! Posted for ZWT-6; from the Usborne Children's World Cookbook Gramma gave my son when he first started learning to cook.

    Recipe #423442


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