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What is your most favorite swedish dish?

We're interested to learn a recipe or two from you

Hisingen
post 12.Jan.2017, 11:32 AM
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QUOTE (Savage @ 12.Jan.2017, 12:04 AM) *
- - - Much in the same way as when ever I post a news article, I am somehow responsible for bringing shame onto Sweden or am Swede bashing etc. As if non integrated Swedes or ... (show full quote)

There we have the mad savage's interpretation of - - - the mad savage.

Non-integrated and linguistically non competent resident.
Could not have said it better

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GeorgeFowell
post 27.Apr.2018, 10:30 AM
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My favorite Swedish dish is Jansson's Temptation. It is so delicious and yummy everyone should try it.
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JonG
post 28.Apr.2018, 01:43 PM
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Planka is worth a try at home, but of course you have to buy the planka boards first (ICA Maxi sell them).

Get some pork fillet (fläskfilé) and slice into thick slices. Season it then fry in a pan and place on your boards (warm the planka boards in the oven while you fry the meat). Pipe mashed potatoes around the outside (adding an egg to the mash helps it brown up nicely under the grill). Then put whatever sauce you're using on (just buy bearnaise or red wine sauce premade from the supermarket), plus any veggies on the side (half a tomato is traditional too) and finally grill to perfection under the broiler (if you're American) or grill (if you're normal) ;P

Restaurant luxury at home and not very hard to do at all!
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nosmas10
post 13.Aug.2018, 06:33 AM
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I always love the taste of potatoes that's why Janssons frestelse is my favorite Swedish food.
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