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    ZWT9 - Scandinavia

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    This is from Beatrice Ojakangas' Great Holiday Baking Book. I own several of her books due to our common Finnish heritage. She says, "You really can do these rolls from beginning to end in an hour! I use the food processor to mix the dough and hasten the rising by using rapid-rise yeast. This yeast is so finely milled that it dissolves right in the flour mixture, and it can stand a higher temperature, giving the dough a boost for the single necessary rising." These were handy when my step-sons lived with us, and of course, they loved them.

    Recipe #268957

    Based on a recipe from Beatrice Ojakangas’ book, The Finnish Cookbook. The Finnish version of French onion soup, mais oui?

    Recipe #290300

    This is from Beatrice A. Ojakangas' book, The Finnish Cookbook. My dad is from Houghton-Hancock in the UP, and when visiting my cousins there, I ate the Soumi Cafe's version with my sister Gail. Beatrice says, "Serve this with jam for breakfast, or with Blueberry Soup for dessert. Pannukakku also makes an excellent base for fresh berries in season; use it as you would a shortcake."

    Recipe #271149

    Based on a soup recipe from Beatrice Ojakangas' book, The Finnish Cookbook. I confess that I added the brandy to the carrots!

    Recipe #274678

    Based on a recipe from Madge Rosenberg’s book, The Best Bread Machine Cookbook Ever – Ethnic Breads. She says in its introduction, “Because it is so assertive, this chewy bread should be sliced thin to go with salty ham or strong cheese. For a traditional Danish open-faced sandwich (smorrebrod), spread with butter, then top with thinly sliced roast beef and a dollop of prepared horseradish thinned with sour cream. Measurements are for the large 1 ½ pound loaf; measurements for the small (1 pound) loaf are in parentheses.

    Recipe #425471

    Based on a recipe from Sunset’s Breakfast & Brunches cookbook. You will need an ebelskiver (aebleskiver or aebelskiver) pan to make this; we purchased our NordicWare one at L.L. Bean’s in Freeport, Maine. “The tender ball-shaped pancakes the Danish call “aebleskiver” derive their roundness from the iron in which they’re cooked…. To make perfectly round aebleskiver, you must frequently lift and turn the baked section of each ball. They will eventually seal themselves, creating a hollow in each center. Serve with your favorite jam or preserves.” When we make these, we experiment by placing the jam, preserves, or chocolate inside the aebleskivers!

    Recipe #414783

    Based on a recipe from Ray Foley’s the Ultimate Little Martini Book containing over 1000 martini recipes.

    Recipe #426700

    Based on a recipe from Beatrice A. Ojakangas’ book, The Finnish Cookbook. She says, “Sometimes called 'Pigs in Blankets,' this universal favorite is also a favored dish in Finland. Serve with boiled or mashed potatoes and cranberry or lingonberry sauce.” My late grandmother Elina Ervo is from Finland and she lived with my parents, siblings and I for many years when I was growing up. She made a variation on this dish frequently (hers had a tomato-based sauce). When my grandmother made this I thought I’d never be able to do it myself because her rolls were all consistent in size and gorgeous looking! This was among my favorite childhood dishes that Grandma made and now I make it frequently, too. Now that I’m in Maine, I also love to make this with ground moose in place of the ground beef!

    Recipe #426711

    Based on a recipe from Anna-Maija’s and Juha Tanttu’s book, Food from Finland. This might even be good with some whipped cream!

    Recipe #426320

    From Taimi-Previdi’s cookbook, The Best of Finnish Cooking.

    Recipe #503114

    Based on a recipe from Anna-Maija’s and Juha Tanttu’s book, Food from Finland. Short of knowing a fisherman, I get my salmon for this from a reliable sushi-grade fish monger. In Portland, Maine, this would be Brown’s Trading Company. If anyone in Maine knows of another reliable source, please let me know!

    Recipe #503144

    Based on a recipe from Otava’s book, New Flavours from Finland. Cook time doesn’t include 24 hours marinating time. This starter goes well with dark bread, beer, and chilled schnapps.

    Recipe #503561

    Based on a recipe from Otava’s book, New Flavours from Finland. These starters are wonderful served with beer or mineral water and a frosted glass of vodka. It is recommended these be served with boiled potatoes and sour-dough rye bread. Cook time does not include 24 hour freezer time.

    Recipe #425479

    Based on a recipe from Otava’s book, New Flavours from Finland.

    Recipe #503565


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