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    Posted by request. This is from the tv cooking show "Surfer's Menu" with Ben O' Donoghue and Curtis Stone. 150 g is about a topped 1/2 cup. You can easily use storebought frozen berries.

    Recipe #90212

    Good things come with many names. Swedish treat but also very common in Denmark. I've posted this to a recipe request. They are very easy to make and easy to eat as well! If you can't get hold of thin wafers, use very thin sugar cookies--the one's that you can roll the dough into a log and cut very thin slices to bake. I give the mesurements in ml and grams. Use an electric whisk for the best fluffy mixture, I use my Kitchenaid. These make 40 according to the recipe, but that depends on how big a base you use and how high you make them. Enjoy!

    Recipe #88391

    Kroppkakor is eaten all over Sweden and is really old-fashioned cooking. The recipe is varying in different parts of Sweden. It is made with only raw potatoes or raw and boiled or just boiled as in this recipe. The allspice is not something that everybody likes, for me it's a must though. If there are any leftovers I love to slice them in halves the next day and fry them in butter--mmm!! A friend of mine from the north of Sweden does just that but he makes a sauce by pouring milk into the frying pan and boiling it with the halved kroppkakor, he does not want any allspice in his and makes them with both raw and cooked potatoes. This is one of the few dishes that I drink milk with. Lingonsylt is a must all over Sweden; I believe it is called cowberry or red whortleberry. I hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #61420

    It’s a Swedish specialty from a island called Gotland that my father's from. It's not a pancake--it's actually a saffron and rice porridge that is given the addition of almonds, cream, and eggs and poured in a dish and baked in the oven. It’s served with whipped cream and a jam made from a special berry from the island called salmbar but mulberry is a good substitute. It should not be to dry or to moist = lagom in Swedish--it means just right. It can be served slightly warm or cold. I love it, hope you enjoy!!

    Recipe #60725

    These are a great and easy recipe for a little something to go with a drink before dinner. Amount is a guess.

    Recipe #60519

    This recipe is given in grams; it's from a BBC food show. The dough can feel a bit crumbly but it's no problem. These are really good and chocolaty. I like to roast my hazelnuts in the oven. You make them fast and you can eat more of them since there is no butter in them good for lactose intolerants!!

    Recipe #60518

    This is a great marinade that is full of Thai flavours and works so well with all kind of meat.

    Recipe #60517

    Cucumber is really nice warm and this makes a fresh salad that is a good side dish--especially with fish, lax, or chicken. Perfect for those summer barbecues. I always sprinkle a bit more mustard seeds when I think it's enough!

    Recipe #60515

    I've had this recipe for many years but didn't come around to trying it until last summer and it became my favourite cake with fruit. I used peaches that time. It is made in a old-fashioned way with a sugar sprinkled top. It makes a moist but not heavy cake. Hope you will enjoy it!

    Recipe #60443

    A fast and easy coffee cake. The most work is the grinding of the nuts, but that doesn't take long. Good for lactose and gluten intolerants. I often make this for my mother-in-law who is 100% milk protein intolerant.

    Recipe #60440

    Swedish Christmas pastry.

    Recipe #53552

    This recipe got to be the thing a couple of years ago when two young chefs in Stockholm, Sweden started to serve this as a dessert. It is so easy to make and a very good finish to a good meal. Serve with a good vanilla ice cream!

    Recipe #33894


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