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    Sandwich loaves, or ‘bread cakes’ as they are called in Iceland, are an enduring presence at Icelandic celebrations where cakes are served. While the fillings have changed over the years and they don’t use half as much mayonnaise in them as once was the case, yet they continue to be a vehicle for cooks to display their talents with garnish, and are a savory palate cleanser in between nibbles of all the sweet cakes usually served at traditional birthday parties. See note at end of recipe regarding the bread that is used. Recipe is from icecook.blogspot.com. Posted for ZWT9.

    Recipe #504593

    This is a light and luscious pancake filled with bacon. This billowy cloud of goodness should be served with lingonberries and a dusting of powdered sugar.

    Recipe #504569

    This smooth, savory soup is Sweden's national dish. It's a Thursday night staple for everyone, including royalty. In fact, Yellow Pea Soup was used to assassinate King Eric XIV on a Thursday night in the late 1500's, where he was served a bowl laced with arsenic. This soup is traditionally made with yellow peas, which need to soak overnight. The soup is normally eaten with Swedish pancakes as dessert. From a cookbook "The Swedish Table". PREP TIME DOESN'T INCLUDE OVERNIGHT SOAK FOR PEAS

    Recipe #504568

    This recipe is different than the others posted here as it uses molasses instead of corn syrup, giving it a richer and totally different flavor. I imagine you could add almonds to this and it would be super good!

    Recipe #504567

    An easy and yummy sounding little treat! Old Fashioned Swedish candy, but I'm not sure of the yield as it only states 4 servings. What is serving size? Depends on how good it is! Posted for ZWT9 Scandinavia.

    Recipe #504566

    A traditional Swedish treat, usually made at Christmastime. From a recipe booklet "Favorite Swedish Recipes" and posted for ZWT9 Scandinavia. DOES NOT INCLUDE REFRIGERATION TIME OF 1 HOUR

    Recipe #504565

    I've not tried this recipe yet, but it sounds interesting! It's supposed to be a traditional Swedish dessert, gleaned from "Favorite Swedish Recipes", a recipe booklet I acquired somewhere... Prep time doesn't include REFRIGERATION time of 3 hours. Make sure to use canned pineapple, as fresh will prevent gelatin from setting.

    Recipe #504563

    This is a traditional Swedish dessert called Mazarintarta. It calls for green food coloring in the filling, but I think I'd leave that out (too many chemicals for me!). From cookbook "Favorite Swedish Recipes". PREP TIME DOESN'T INCLUDE 1 HOUR REFRIGERATION TIME. The recipe didn't indicate what size pie tin to use, but based on the amount of ingredients, I'm guessing a rather small one.

    Recipe #504562

    Such an interesting ingredient list - hard boiled egg yolks? Sounds like a lovely, old-fashioned butter cookie. I would probably decorate with colored sugar and maybe a piece of glace fruit or cherry at the top. Recipe didn't state the yield, so the yield is my guess. PREP TIME DOESN'T INCLUDE 2 HOUR REFRIGERATION TIME.

    Recipe #504268

    Rieska is a Finnish flat bread made with oat, barley or potato. Granny would bake the bread in her giant wood-fired oven and it was the best thing to have with 'gravlax' (salt cured salmon). This particular recipe is an easy potato version. From Scandi-Home, a Scandinavian cooking blog.

    Recipe #504209

    These are some cute little rye rounds, I can think of so many uses for them! Normally I would have converted the recipe to U.S. measure, but since baking is a science, am leaving it in it's original metric form. From Scandi-Home, a Scandinavian cooking blog. Prep time does not include time for yeast to proof or for dough to rise.

    Recipe #504208

    There is only one other recipe like this on Food.com, but this one is a bit different in that there are no raisins and uses cardamom (very Finnish!) as flavoring. The Ålands Pancake starts off with a base of Semolina Porridge (prepared Cream of Wheat cereal), and is baked in a rectangular pan, then sliced and topped with cloudberry jam. Serving size is a guess, as the Scandi-Home source didn't provide the info.

    Recipe #504207

    I haven't tried this recipe yet, but the Caper & Vodka Butter sound amazing! Sometimes fresh sardines can be hard to find, but I think this recipe would be great using fresh trout fillets too. This is not a low-cal dish!!! From Scandi-Home, a Scandinavian cooking blog.

    Recipe #504206

    Mamma's Berry Tart is a popular dessert in Finland. The word "Mamma" comes from the Swedish word "Mum", so it's not quite certain if the recipe is Finnish or Swedish. But it's good all the same! Who can possibly resist crispy buttery pastry filled with berries and topped with creamy filling??? From the Scandi-Home cooking blog.

    Recipe #504205

    When I think Scandinavian food, I think Gravlaks. DH makes the best, but he was no help when asked for quantities. So here is a recipe from Scandelicious that has the same basic ingredients. I like this one because it doesn't have alcohol, so it's safe to serve for parties. Though I must admit, I do like it better when there's gin or juniper berries in the cure. COOKING TIME IS MARINATING TIME

    Recipe #504204


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