• Danish Cuisine

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Danish food culture and culinary heritage - has been cultivated and improved for many generations - and is mainly rooted from the old country kitchen - with ancient food recipes from all over the Danish kingdom - created first and foremost - as a shield to protect the Danes against the cold weather conditions in Denmark. That’s why the Danes for centuries have eaten a lot of meat - especially loads of pork - but also beef together with plenty of potatoes and vegetables. Poultry and fish products are the Danes second choice. The cold and often wet climate in Denmark requires a lot of food with high nutritional values that contain many vitamins - minerals and proteins to mobilise a great portion of energy - which is a vital source - needed for work - at school - for sports and another form of daily activities - when living in a dynamic and modern society like Denmark that demands plenty of individual energy and human recourses every day.

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Risalamande is a traditional Danish Christmas dish is made with Rice pudding, Almonds, Whipped cream, and Vanilla. It is typically ...


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Puff-pastry tart shells with savory fillings are hard not to like, and Denmark’s tarteletter are no exception. In particular there’s ...

Stegt Flaesk

(0 ) Stegt Flæsk, Pork... (Danish)

Stegt Flaesk is a dish from Denmark consisting of fried pork belly and generally served with potatoes and a white ...


(0 ) Bøfsandwich (Danish)

It is the classic Danish take on a hamburger. It contains the hamburger elements of a cooked ground beef patty ...


(0 ) Smørrebrød (Danish)

It usually consists of a piece of buttered rye bread (rugbrød), a dense, dark brown bread. Pålæg (literally "on-lay"), the ...

(0 ) Brændende Kærlighed (Danish)

Braendende Kaerlighed is a traditional Danish dish consisting of mashed potatoes topped with bacon and onions, both fried.


(0 ) Chocolate-coated ... (Danish) (German)

The treat was made using cream, but the filling was later made from egg whites to help industrialize production and ...

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