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Nässelsoppa

Nässelsoppa – nettle soup A recipe from Semiswede that sounds nice. I make mine a tiny bit different - I don't add creme fraiche and butter for example. Will try this one too though and compare :)

Kuusenkerkkä on monipuolinen kevätherkku, joka virkistää ja voimistaa. Se soveltuu niin ruuanlaittoon kuin juomiin. Kokeile vaikka kuusenkerkkäsmoothieta!

Kuusenkerkkä on monipuolinen kevätherkku, joka virkistää ja voimistaa. Se soveltuu niin ruuanlaittoon kuin juomiin. Kokeile vaikka kuusenkerkkäsmoothieta!

Sparris soppa 193 kcal

Sparris soppa 193 kcal

Nettle pudding has been declared Britain's oldest recipe, dating from 6,000BC. When you think of old-fashioned English cooking, it probably conjures up images of roast beef or steak and kidney pie. But nettle pudding makes those dishes look like young pretenders. The creation from 6,000BC was yesterday declared Britain's oldest recipe. It was a staple of Stone Age man, who made it by mixing nettles and other leaves such as dandelion and sorrel, with barley flour, salt and water.

Traditional English cooking: nettle pudding and other ancient recipes

Nettle pudding has been declared Britain's oldest recipe, dating from When you think of old-fashioned English cooking, it probably conjures up images of roast beef or steak and kidney pie. But nettle pudding makes those dishes look like young pre

This is how the rest of the world eats bread

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Yellow Pea Soup; Gul Ertesuppe or Ärtsoppa, if you like. Feel free to add some finely chopped carrots to the soup and serve with flat bread or fresh homemade ham and cheese horns.

Pea soup on Thursday has been a tradition in Sweden since the Middle Ages. It stems from the Friday fasting historically observed by the Roman Catholic church as a reminder of Jesus’ sufferin…

Three types of pickled herring on a plate

Advice on serving three types of shop-bought pickled herring as a starter for a Swedish meal.

The Swedish breakfast is usually served cold and is a combination of sandwiches and yoghurt with some sort of flakes or muesli, and to that you drink juice, chocolate, coffee or tea. Photo by; Jakob Fridholm

Two simple Swedish Breakfast sandwiches: one with Falun sausage watercress, the other with eggs chives.

Cod with grated horseradish and brown butter is a classic combination in Sweden. Fish and horseradish are combined so frequently that many fishmongers in Sweden stock fresh horseradish. It really is a delicious combination and when combined with brown butter I don’t think there is a better way of cooking cod.

A recipe for cod with grated horseradish and brown butter (torsk med pepparrot och brynt smör), a classic combination in Sweden.

Iceland-Inspired Rice Pudding - Though traditional Icelandic rice pudding is often made with large amounts of sugar and butter, you can make a healthier version by moderating the sweetness. See article here.

Iceland-Inspired Rice Pudding

Iceland-Inspired Rice Pudding - Though traditional Icelandic rice pudding is often made with large amounts of sugar and butter, you can make a healthier version by moderating the sweetness. See article here.

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