Ten most delicious Swedish foods
The Local · 30 Apr 2014, 12:47
Published: 30 Apr 2014 12:47 GMT+02:00
Swedish food is, of course, a matter of taste. And many would argue that it's delicious. Our loyal followers on Twitter and Facebook shared what they thought were the best of them all.
Last week, we tackled the ten most disgusting Swedish foods of all time.
The story got people talking, and was even picked up by the Metro newspaper.
IN PICTURES: Sweden's ten most delicious foods
But of course, Swedish food isn't all bad, no matter what you hear. Indeed, some of it is rather delicious according to our Twitter followers. They wouldn't stop talking when we asked for details.
Here are our favourite responses. And there's not a meatball in sight.
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