Swedish Beef Roast

The Linneas of Texas Swedish Recipes Gathered from the Internet 1998 Attached are some recipes and cute stories from Sweden. These were found on the Internet and are believed to be authentic and good recipes and stories. Please try them and let us all know which ones you liked. Now you will have NO excuse when asked to bake a Swedish dish!

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2hrs 20mins
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  • Melt butter in a heavy kettle or deep frying pan.
  • Add beef roast and brown well on all sides.
  • Add anchovies, onion, salt, bay leaf, peppercorns, sugar vinegar, whiskey and water.
  • Cover tightly and cook slowly 2 to 2-1/2 hours or until meat is tender.
  • Serve roast with the pan juice.
  • (The pan juice may be thickened for gravy-- One-half cup of cream added makes a delicious gravy).
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"The Linneas of Texas Swedish Recipes Gathered from the Internet 1998 Attached are some recipes and cute stories from Sweden. These were found on the Internet and are believed to be authentic and good recipes and stories. Please try them and let us all know which ones you liked. Now you will have NO excuse when asked to bake a Swedish dish!"
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  1. Catherine Keller
    This is definitely an authentic Swedish recipe and one that we had often when growing up!! FANTASTIC roast beef recipe!!
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  2. Liara
    The Linneas of Texas Swedish Recipes Gathered from the Internet 1998 Attached are some recipes and cute stories from Sweden. These were found on the Internet and are believed to be authentic and good recipes and stories. Please try them and let us all know which ones you liked. Now you will have NO excuse when asked to bake a Swedish dish!
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