O.K., I admit that's really not the correct name, but that's what it sounded like to me. I learned how to make this when I visited Sweden in 1999. It is a traditional dish there, made from root vegetables and I'm told the literal translation is "Mashed Turnips". Don't let that turn you off!!! This is a marvelous dish and it's had rave reviews from every American I've ever served it to. I cannot spell or pronounce the true Swedish name for it. I tried many times to pronounce it but I kept saying "root mousse" and I was told repeatedly that was wrong (But frankly, it fits the description, literally if you think about it.) I never did get it, but I still love the dish to this day. Here's to Sweden for coming up with something delicious besides meatballs. ALL MEASUREMENTS ARE APPROXIMATE. THE IMPORTANT THING TO REMEMBER IS THAT POTATOES NEED TO EQUAL ONE-HALF THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF ROOT VEGETABLES BEING USED. IT ALL DEPENDS UPON HOW MUCH YOU WANT TO MAKE. CHANGE THE AMOUNTS AS YOU FEEL THE NEED TO, IT'S ALWAYS GOOD.