Swedish Cuisine 16

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Absolut (Vodka)
Absolut Vodka is a brand of vodka, produced near Åhus, in southern Sweden. Absolut is owned by French group Pernod Ricard; it bought Absolut for €5.63 billion in 2008 from the Swedish state. Absolut is the third largest ...
It is one of the most common desserts served in Swede eateries. It is typically accompanied by a generous helping of vanilla sauce and while its appearances seem to be a cross between a pie and cake.
It is an old-fashioned dish still fairly common in Sweden. Blodpalt is essentially palt, a dumpling made from barley or rye flour and grated raw potatoes, with blood added.
Cardamom Bread
It is a type of bread flavoured with cardamom. Usually baked as a loaf or in a Bundt cake pan, this sweet, aromatic cake is topped with chopped walnuts and vanilla icing, and usually requires about a day's ...
It is a type of unbaked pastry that is a popular Swedish confectionery. The chokladboll is usually slightly smaller than a golf ball. The chokladboll consists of oatmeal, sugar, cocoa, vanilla sugar, butter, and sometimes a small amount ...
It is an easy, colorful egg and ansjovis starter that is one of Sweden’s most famous dishes.
It is a type of Swedish cake. This dense sticky chocolate cake is similar to a brownie and has a soft and gooey center. It is sometimes eaten with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
It is a traditional Swedish toffee prepared at Christmas. A common recipe is equal parts of heavy cream (not whipped), sugar and golden syrup. It is also common to add a few tablespoons of butter.
It is a traditional Swedish dish. these Swedish stuffed dumplings filled with smoked pork, onions, and cracked pepper, and can be served with either cream or lingonberry jam.
This special Norwegian dish has a peculiar place on Christmas tables. Its pecularity is not limited to its cooking timing but its unique taste that you either love it or hate it. Despite this, Norwegians consume a lot ...