Traditional Swedish Food Guide: 19 Swedish Dishes You Have to Try!
Focusing on traditional Swedish food, this is my round-up of some of the top dishes to try in Sweden - including snacks, main dishes, and desserts!
10 Traditional Danish Recipes You Must Try
A perfect way to “travel” when you can't leave your home is through food. It's also one of the best ways to get to know a country's local culture. Get a taste of Scandinavia by trying out these 10 traditional recipes from Denmark.
Cakes From Norway
A look at the most popular traditional cakes served up in Norway. From the all-round cream cake goodness of bløtkake to the spectacular tower kransekake served at Christmas and weddings.
Weird Food of Scandinavia
From half a sheep's head to a cheese that isn't really cheese, traditional Scandinavian cuisine has plenty of dishes to scare curious foreigners. Here are six of the best including a Swedish canned fish that can literally explode upon opening.
Suksesskake Recipe: How To Make Norway's Success Cake
It doesn't have to be a celebration or a special occasion in order to make a success cake, it can be enjoyed all year round. Learn how to bake one here. In my first spell
Swedish Saffron Buns (Lussekatter)
Here’s another Swedish Christmas tradition for you! Swedish Saffron Buns, also called St. Lucia Buns or ‘Lussekatter’, are sweet buns that’s great for snack, dessert or breakfast. Try making them at home!
Salted meat (salt kjøtt)
Salt kjøtt or salted meat is often eaten with raspeball and swede purée or with a onion sauce and potatos. I recommend trying it with raspeball and swede purée if it’s your first time eating this Norwegian classic. All you need to make this recipe is meat and salt.
Swedish Lent Buns (Semlor)
Swedish Lent Buns (Semlor). A hint of cardamom, almond paste filling and whipped cream on top; these delectable treats should be made available all-year round! Swedish Recipe | Scandinavian Recipe | Semla | Swedish dessert | Easter recipe. #swedishrecipes #easter #lent #dessertrecipes #snack
Swedish Saffron Cake (Saffranskaka)
An easy cake recipe for the holidays! Swedish Saffron Cake (Saffranskaka), is a moist and deliciously soft cake that tastes even better the day after (if there’s any left). Great for breakfast, snack or dessert!
Swedish Hash (Pyttipanna)
Swedish Hash (Pyttipanna) is tasty, filling and ready in no time. An easy potato hash recipe that’s one of those ‘breakfast for dinner’ dishes — you would surely be making this regularly!