Sweden has very interesting food. For example, Bolognese (Boll-ug-neese) is spaghetti in Sweden. That's what you would say if you wanted spaghetti! See, I told you it was interesting! The foods on Sweden are really just the same except for that their names are different! It is the same thing with their holidays, except for their names are different!
There are some more foods that I would like to type about!
Genuine Swedish Food- Is there such a thing? Sweden has a fine old culinary tradition. The Swedish humanskot, good old everyday food based on classic country cooking, has been influenced by foreign cuisine over the years. Propaganda for better diets have also helped to improve the Swedish humanskot, redact the fat content and add fruits and vegetables.
On Easter Eve, in Sweden, the people eat a small Smorgasbord (shmor-gass- bord) and boiled eggs are seldom ( sel dom) missing. The Smorgasbord consists of ham and different herring of fresh salmon eggs and many of different things. At the place, midsummer, they eat sometimes a small Smorgasbord, but... mostly they eat boiled new potatoes. herring and fresh green salad. And as a dessert, they eat strawberries with wiped cream.
If you want a recipe to Janssons Frestelse, then here it is...
you need... 6 to 8 potatoes, 2 onions, 2 to 3 tablespoons margarine or butter, 1 to 2 cans anchovy fillets, 21/2 to 3 dl, (1 1/4 to 11/2 cups) light cream. Peel the potatoes, cut in thin sticks. Slice the onions. Sauce the onion lightly in some of the margarine or butter. Drain the anchovies and cut them in pieces. Put the potatoes, onion, and anchovies in layers in buttered baking dish. The first and last layer should be potatoes. Dot with margarine or butter on the top. Pour in a little of the liquid from the anchovies and half of the cream. Bake in a 200 degrees C oven for about 20 minutes. Pour in the remaining cream and bake for another 30 minutes until the potatoes are tender. Serve as a first course or supper dish.
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