|Swedish Meatballs & Gravy over Noodles ~ This has to be my favorite Swedish dish. I love the RECIPE over at Anne's Food, she is a Swedish food blogger with great recipes.|
|Pickled Beets & Cream Dill Sauce|
|Salmon Cakes & Creamy Dill Sauce|
Since I am reminiscing, I thought I would put together some of the Swedish foods I've grown up with & enjoy eating. It's funny, I've never really thought about how many things I eat/serve that are actually Swedish. I've always just thought of them as 'good eats', which they certainly are. So, if you are wondering what our family's Swedish Easter celebration smorgasbord might have out on the table for you to choose from, here are some of the foods you might find to tempt your taste buds... Enjoy!
|Pickled Herring in Wine Sauce ~ I love Vita brand, they also have a Pickled Herring in Sour Cream. This makes a great appetizer & couldn't be easier to serve, with or without crackers. I've enjoyed this since I was a child & I still get cravings for it.|
|Pink Pickled Eggs ~ I soak hard boiled eggs in pickled beet juice for a few days. The longer they soak, the pinker they get.|
|Semla ~ Almond Cream Pastry Bun ~ I posted a recipe for these last month. They are really good & very easy to make. A perfect way to end any meal, especially at a smorgasbord.|
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