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Six tasty seasonal Swedish foods for the autumn

Autumn is a delicious season in Sweden. Photo: Janerik Henriksson/TT

Published: 11.Oct.2017 07:59 hrs

It's autumn and that means the weather is changing in Sweden. It's getting colder and darker, but do not despair: enjoy the abundance of tasty treats autumn has to offer.

1. Mushrooms

Forget about the ubiquitous portobello or button mushrooms, there's a whole fungal world out there. The tasty, golden chantarelle (kantarell) is popular in Sweden, as is the Yellowfoot (trattkantarell) – both found in supermarkets this time of the year. Make your own chantarelle toast, wild mushroom tart or chantarelle pesto.

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