Finnish Pulla Bread
I love to make bread! Especially beautiful breads like this one. Finnish Pulla is a bread commonly made in Finland. It is often served with coffee or tea. However you choose to eat it...it is delicious! I adore the hint of cardamom this bread has. If you don't like this spice, cinnamon would be a great substitute! 2 cups milk 1/2 cup warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C) 1 (.25 ounce) package active dry yeast 1 cup white sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground cardamom 4 eggs, beaten 9…
Finnish Blueberry Milk
The Finns are a healthy bunch. Between foraging for berries and milking cows, it is no wonder that they also enjoy slurping blueberry milk – an antioxidant rich powerhouse of a drink. Not to mention – it’s blue – an underutilized color in cooking. Pretty cool in my book.
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Arktiset aromit - Lakka
Arktiset Aromit ry on luonnontuotealan (luonnonmarjat, -sienet, -yrtit ja erikoisluonnontuotteet) valtakunnallinen toimialajärjestö, joka toiminnallaan edistää luonnontuotteiden talteenottoa, jatkojalostusta ja käyttöä sekä parantaa tuotteiden laatua.
A Rönttönen is a traditional sweet Finnish delicacy from Kainuu. A small (about the size of the palm of a hand) open faced pie consisting of a crust made of barley or rye dough, filled with a sweetened mashed potato and berry (most often Lingonberry) filling. Typically, it is served as an accompaniment to a coffee.