Making with the caraway seeds is what makes this recipe different and Swedish! Loved the mixture of ingredients and will make again. My DH loved this and requested it again soon! If he likes it, then it's a go! Thanks for this one FT!
My Scandanavian family's eaten a simpler version of this for years, but I didn't know it was a Swedish recipe. Very light and delicious.
Loved that the cukes kept their crispness. Plan on having them on a salad tomorrow. After that.....they'll probably be gone! And time to make another bunch! Thnx for posting, Tartie! Made for KcK's Forum Scandinavia Kitchen.
I soaked the thinly sliced cuccumbers in a small ounce glass so they would be curly just for Aesthetic purposes. I scaled down the recipe to 2 servings and was very pleased with the results. Nice sweet and refreshing cuccumber salad.
Perfect cukes! Love them. I did sub fresh dill for the parsley (as I am not a huge fan of it). I tried them after about an hour and they were well on their way. Serving later today at a 4th of July party! Thanks FT!!!!
This was surprisingly good. The kids didn't like the parsley, but my husband and I LOVED it! Great alternative to tossed salad with dinner, very refreshing. I have made this twice in two days and both batches were eaten immediately. Thank you!
I salted the cucumbers & put them in a colander for 20 minutes to get rid of water. Wash off well. I also used dill instead of parsley and added a bit of red onion instead of caraway seeds. Perfect for side dish.
This is a very good recipe. I followed ingredients per recipe but I forgot to put in the parsley. I did not use caraway seeds.
perfectly sweet and sour--my mom ADORED these