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    This is the recipe my Mom and I have made for years. I don't know where it originally came from, just that everyone seems to love it- I did growing up - and now my whole family does (always a plus to find a quick meal that my kids like that my hubby and I can enjoy eating too!!) Easy to round out with a green salad or veggie and roll or bread on the side. I have made this in a pinch for friends and they always rave thinking it took more time than it did to prepare. ;) Mushrooms are a great addition, simply add them in when adding the onions. I also like to stir in sautéed asparagus sometimes or frozen peas. ;)

    Recipe #204245

    4 Reviews |  By acerast

    Cauliflower is a favorite in Finland. This is from Florence Schwartz's "Vegetable Cooking of All Nations" (a discarded library book full of recipe gems that I bought about 25 years ago at a library book sale for 50 cents :)

    Recipe #235231

    Can be served as a hot appetizer or side dish. Many reviewers have commented that they have found the herb amounts to be too much, so you may want to reduce them according to your own tastes. Originally submitted for the 2005 World Tour.

    Recipe #135210

    Broccoli just isn't fattening by itself. But luckily, in this recipe, we add some heavy cream, butter and lots of Swiss cheese. ;) Delicious!!

    Recipe #135293

    This is the traditional way to eat asparagus in The Netherlands and probably in Germany and Belgium too. Posted for Zaar World Tour II '06

    Recipe #171121

    26 Reviews |  By lazyme

    From Southern Living, a nice sauce to jazz up some broccoli. Time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #178302

    I don't know where this came from; everyone makes it; mine is kinda simple but fast.

    Recipe #110793

    6 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This recipe is from a cookbook called Scandinavian Feasts by Beatrice Ojakangas. According to the author, this recipe is a Scandinavian favorite - each region, and each chef has their own variation. For example, in Southern Sweden, they often add sauteed yellow onion.

    Recipe #136925

    Posting for ZWT III. This is a recipe posted on allrecipes.com. It was submitted by Helene. Her statement is as follows: "My mother has been making this Swiss steak for years. It is wonderful, and can be made either on the stove top or -- when you don't have a lot of time but want a hearty meal ready when you come home -- in the crock pot. Serve over a bed of egg noodles or rice with a hunk of thick crusty bread."

    Recipe #235328

    155 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A great side dish or a meal on its own. This is a Polish/Hungarian dish. Can use bacon but I cut back on that to make it meatless. Also can garnish with poppy seeds. Adding peas for color and nutrition. Bacon is a yummy addition for those that eat meat. Just brown drain most of the fat then add butter and oil and brown onions. Be sure to give the onions a nice brown color using a med high heat.

    Recipe #48588

    This is a quick and easy recipe. It can be served as an everyday kind of meal or as the main course of an elaborate and elegant dinner. From the Moosewood Restaraunt Low-Fat Favorites Cookbook. Prep time includes marinating time. This is an English recipe.

    Recipe #43582

    This cucumber salad goes well with just any kind of meal. In Sweden, strong white distilled vinegar is usually used (12%), which gives the cucumber salad the correct sweet-and-sour flavour and a wonderful fresh and refreshing taste.

    Recipe #235063

    4 Reviews |  By Mme M

    This dessert sauce is meant to be a bright, fruity sauce for rice pudding, ice cream, and other dessert puddings.

    Recipe #234777

    1 Reviews |  By Mme M

    Lingonberry preserves as an ingredient make for a moist cake.

    Recipe #234798

    This is great served with chunks of bread. Some other suggestions are Granny Smith apples and blanched vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, carrots and asparagus. Spear with fondue forks or wooden skewers, dip, swirl and enjoy! Recipe from Tyler Florence.

    Recipe #234751

    9 Reviews |  By lazyme

    These tasty little appetizers are a hit at gatherings. I usually make 1/2 of these without the horseradish when kids will be around. Plan ahead, as these need to chill. Time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #191123

    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

    5 Reviews |  By PanNan

    An original Danish recipe that is really good.

    Recipe #38004

    Midsummer would not be Midsummer without strawberries, and this is a simple Swedish recipe to make, to celebrate Midsummer, wherever you may be! In Scandinavia, the summer solstice is a magical time. The lavender twilight lasts until 11 p.m. and the day breaks again at about 2 a.m.; above the Arctic Circle, the sun doesn't sink below the horizon for weeks. This year, 2007, Midsummer Eve, the beginning of the three day official holiday, falls on June 25. Throughout Scandinavia, families and friends gather to decorate the maypole with birch leaves and wildflowers, make flower crowns for women and girls, dance around the maypole, sing summer songs and feast on pickled herring, new potatoes, and aquavit. In addition, many families have their own special foods that they traditionally serve as the Midsummer meal. These are usually dishes that can be prepared ahead of time and easily served outdoors.

    Recipe #235227

    From Skandland.com Posted for ZWT3. Ingredient amounts are approximate for 4 sandwiches. Open-faced sandwiches are traditionally eaten with a knife and fork. I remember eating similar sandwiches for breakfast in Estonia.

    Recipe #235197

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