Thanks Eva - I've fixed it I'm surprised over some of the things that made your list like spongecake and rose hip soup but sandwich cakes, crayfish and cloud berries definitely belong. It could consist of a whole array of smaller things. And I know - you might say the same about a sandwich cake, but it's a tangible thing - a concept if you will - which I think is a winner. Hi Charles!
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You should have made this the top twelve and included Krumkakes, and Gjetost! Ah, but then it wouldn't have been a list of Swedish foods, since both of those are Norwegian! I agree that gjetost is really good though!
What a fun post! You have a great sense of humor. I would love to make the princess cake and the sandwich cake. I got a free princess cake from the supermarket a couple of months ago as a membership reward. That was a good day! Nice reward! Is that crayfish 7 same as crawfish? Neighboring town of ours have Crawfish Festival second weekend of August every year. We go there and have lots of crawfish because they are small, usually size of adult fist. By the way, I'm sending this list to my husband's niece too.
She might make us 'princess cake' someday? I'm still laughing from your last list and no, please don't send fish paste ; Well, the sockerkaka is certainly worth a try. I'm not great at cakes, but if it's easy, I'll give it a whirl. Lots of little birthdays coming up. And you already know I'm fascinated by the cloudberries! The just sound too wonderful for words.
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I'm not too sure we'll find those here though. The elk, however, I know we can get and it sounds like I need to plan an adventure to Ikea. Haha, if you're sure! Sockerkaka couldn't be easier It's basically a case of just chucking everything into a bowl and whisking up! I love the smell of cloudberries - like fragrant roses! Just can't wait to go picking in the autumn! The herring and the sandwich cake don't do a lot for me but the rest of your '10 best Swedish dish' list are very tasty looking.
The cloudberries are new to me and I'd be curious to give them a try. Rose hip jam was one of my mom's favourite jam tastes from 'the old country' and I used to pick up a jar for her periodically for a treat. The 'soup' made from them however doesn't sound THAT appetizing. Well, you can put anything you like into the sandwich cake It can be a complete meat feast if you'd prefer!
It's delicious, I'd really recommend it :. Rose hip soup is actually delicious It tastes so good chilled out of the fridge on a hot day, or hot on a cold day Those Swedish cakes look so good! I wonder if Ikea has them They do have a lot of great stuff, but I think you might need to make one of these for yourself I think. Oh, apologies - I forgot, actually they do have them little ones sometimes in the restaurants in IKEA I was thinking purely of the food store. I want the sandwich cake for my birthday lunch and then I want the sockerkaka for dessert.
Cute post. Charles, I've always wanted to try cloudberries if for no other reason than I love that name! I do love waffles. My husband would like to have them once a week, but I don't make them quite that often. I'm going to check out some of these recipes right now! I'd offer to send some over but I don't think they'd survive the trip alas :.
I would be very happy to have all of these dishes except the herring…to fishy for me. You might also enjoy the fact that my husband's tastes are very different and he just bought a jar of herring in cream this afternoon.
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Hi Karen - it's too bad I love herring so much. Could probably eat it every day, haha! Hope your husband enjoyed his jar! Now this is a MUCH better list!
All of these do look like they could make my top In fact the crayfish or as we spell it in Louisiana - crawfish is one of my top ten favorite foods. I'll never be able to eat enough of them.
I really am intrigue with the rose-hip soup. That sounds quite interesting. Makes 7 to 8 dozen. Procedure Dissolve the yeast in warm water. Beat until smooth. Stir in enough of remaining flour to make dough easy to handle.
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Turn dough onto lightly floured surface; knead until smooth about 8 minutes. Place in a greased bowl, cover, and let rise until doubled about 1 hour. Punch down on dough; divide into 24 parts. Shape each piece into rope, and form an S-shape, tucking the ends into a coil.