this recipe has been posted here for play in zwt9 - scandinavia. this recipe was found at website: mindspring.com - christian's danish recipes.
according to the site where i found this recipe, this soup is traditionally served on thursdays and is usually followed by crepe-like pancakes and whipped cream and preserves for dessert. a teaspoon of grainy brown mustard on top of each serving helps to
this was posted for the zwt 2006. i have not tried this recipe and it is compliments of fooddownunder.com by colleen ries. these were the first-place winner in the 1995 chicago tribune holiday cookie contest.
this lovely recipe is from "the great scandinavian baking book" by beatrice ojakangas.
i love mashed potatoes, but i've never tried them quite like this! i found this recipe at potatopatchrecipes.com and added it for zaar world tour 6.
this is a true traditional danish recipe. you need a special pan to make them but most gourmet kitchen shops carry these cast iron pans. the pan is round and has round indentations so you can cook 10-12 at time. this can be a breakfast dish (usual time it
nice refreshing drink for summer or anytime! from new scandinavian cooking and absolut.com, what's more scandinavian than vodka? for world tour 2006.
a drink from the bar absolut ice bar at jukkasjarvi in sweden. taken in a book.
this recipe comes from the 1973 cookbook, scandinavian cooking.
sunday is a great day to make a cake, just in case friends pop in for a cup of tea. this cake can be made a day or so ahead of time needed, if necessary, as it has keeping qualities!
this recipe comes from the 1973 cookbook, scandinavian cooking.
this danish delicacy is served in many danish-american homes, including mine. a special pan is needed; even though new pans are available, many cooks favor the old cast-iron pans, which are handed down from generation to generation. you can get them at
danish-dutch fusion cuisine. the recipe for the batter is typically dutch (yeast raised) but the filling of jam is quite danish. try cherry-strawberry preserves for the bread machine abm (http://www.recipezaar.com/311376) for the filling. i use an aeblesk
my mom used to make ableskivers when i was growing up, and then i didn't have them again until my husband and i went to a bed & breakfast for our anniversary in 2004. this bed & breakfast was in leavenworth, washington, and it was called abendblume. the
adapted from best of scandinavian cooking. posted for zwt6.
this is just to easy! it is a sweet/sour side dish from denmark. posted for zwt'06.
an homage to denmark's sublime almond pastries, these delicate little cakes provide a nice hit of almond to complement black licorice pudding (recipe#234934); they're also a lovely nibble on their own with a cup of tea. from gourmet 3/2007
cinnamon rolls made even more delicious with almond paste and slivered almonds! as always, you can use dry yeast instead of fresh if you prefer - adjust the temperature of the milk and butter mixture accordingly. the recipe doubles well.
making almond paste is so simple and to me it tastes fresher than any you can buy
this is my version of a wonderful recipe from washington state bed & breakfast cookbook 2nd edition, carol faino & doreen hazledine. i've experimented with adding lemon, orange or lime zest (using a microplaner) and all three versions are great. this has
excellent in it's own right with a chocolate mousse, or fruit and whipped cream, this is also perfect for making a gluten-free layered cake.
the recipe is from scandinavian feasts by beatrice ojakangas.
love these as appetizers! from food network magazine.
this looked very appealing when he made it on last night's program, so i thought i'd post it here. looks like good eats to me! prep time includes marinating time--plan ahead, please.
amager stew is a traditional farmer's meal that originally comes from amager island near copenhagen.
for a girlie night out, decorated with a cherry it is such a treat! i recommend to put loads of crushed ice to make this drink super creamy.
i got this recipe from an old "pillsbury kitchens' family cookbook". i have been using this recipe since i was in high school, so that should tell you how easy they are to put together and they are such a hit! you can do anything with them. add fruits for
this is a swedish cake recipe; i got it from a dear friend who made it at several parties during college and always got rave reviews. now i'm the one who gets all the credit when i make it : ) my family loves it; i play the "guess-the-secret-ingredient" g
a drink from finland posted for zwt6
zwt 9 scandinavian
this came from the los angeles times via liz at recipegoldmine.com. it was a stove top soup, but the closest i've yet found to anderson's which is a tradition in california. i modified it just a bit for the crock pot and made it a hair thicker to suit our
taken from "kitchen of light". in norway this pie is usually made with jarlsberg or gouda, but equally good made with gruyere.
another wonderful andreas viestad recipe, one of few for chicken. he adapted this one from a medieval icelandic cookbook; the spices indicate that it probably was a dish for the wealthy. amazingly, the amount of cinnamon is not overpowering here, and the
i love salmon! i became involved in the zaard world tour 2005 and this recipe was found on a scandinavian cooking site. it is easy to prepare and makes an elegant dinner for 2.
it’s often difficult to find aquavit here in the liquor stores of the united states. so if you have a hankering for that potent liquor, here’s a substitute for you. :) you can experiment with all sorts of flavors, not just caraway. recipe adapted from
this is the ultimate in chocolate/orange decadence! i got this recipe from one of my favorite shows, new scandinavian cooking with andreas viestad... i think the marmalade cuts through the richness of the intense chocolate.
courtesy of andreas viestad via the pocatello newspaper. this apple dessert is a traditional dish both norway and denmark lay claim to, viestad says. "how it got its name is easy to understand: it consists of layers of applesauce and sweet cinnamon-scent
this was prepared on andreas viestad's cooking show, "new scandinavian cooking", and it's a bit different than you may expect of the cuisine... it's definitely more garlicky than i would have thought. and despite all the vodka, it's not boozy at all. in f
ann sathers restaurant is a chicago institution that is famous for wonderful scandinavian dishes and their cinnamon rolls. this is the recipe for the rolls....there is nothing more comforting than a cold, snowy sunday morning and these rolls baking in the
from breads of the world. posted for zwt6.
one of my favourite apple pie recipes that makes enough for a small crowd! the exact number of apples needed depends on the size of the apples used - you need enough apple slices to cover the whole 30 cm x 40 cm pie. instead of sliced apples you can also
this is a swedish recipe often served at christmas time. this is very popular throughout scandinavia colorful & tasty
traditionally these were served in denmark during carnival celebrations and are usually served with nuts and raisins. i edited the recipe to include apples (which i love) and omitted the nuts. don't exceed the amount of filling though because they may bur
found a scandinavian recipe contest and this was one of the winners. i haven't had a chance to make it yet but it sounds easy and good!
have you ever had one of those recipes that gets lost and then finds it way back home again? i pulled out a cookbook i hadn't used in years and found this recipe tucked neatly inside. this is an impressive presentation for your guests.
easy enough, with the use of crescent roll dough. there is also a product called recipe creations, which doesn't have the scoring in the crescent rolls; that would make this even simpler. taken from razzledazzlerecipes.com and posted for zwt.
recipe by tina nordstrom, posting for zwt6 (scandinavia)
a warming winter drink that everyone can enjoy! add a shot of calvados or brandy to each glass to make an alcoholic drink. note that the recipe needs to be made the day before serving. adapted from herkkutori magazine.
history in the baking. they have a place here that makes them up at mayo clinic. that's what they make up here in minnesota. if you like popvovers you will like this it fast and easy
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