The Little Swedish Kitchen: Over 100 Recipes to Celebrate Every Season by Rachel Khoo

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  • Prawns on pumpernickel toast (Pumpernickel toast skagen)

    • Lepa on September 04, 2019

      I made the toast with sourdough instead of pumpernickel because my kids prefer it and because that is how I ate it in Sweden. I also omitted the caviar because I didn't have any but will try it with caviar next time, as I understand that is the defining ingredient of toast skagen. Next time I will top it with sliced hard boiled eggs because they are delicious on toast skagen!

    • Indio32 on April 07, 2019

      Had this for a light Sunday lunch and very good it was to. Unsurprisingly didn’t have any Kalix caviar to hand so left that off and used homemade mayonnaise. Eaten with a side salad. Goes without saying.... make sure it’s at room temp when eating.

  • Kohlrabi with toasted sunflower seed & dandelion leaf 'pesto' (Kålrabbi med pesto gjord på maskros och rostade solrosfrön)

    • mjes on September 27, 2019

      I grew up with kohlrabi - pretty much plain, more often raw than cooked. I used cilantro rather than dandelion or parsley. The resulting pesto nicely raised the boiled kohlrabi out of country cooking into a serious side dish.

  • Porcini toast with bacon and thyme (Karljohansvamps-toast med bacon och timjan)

    • mjes on September 27, 2019

      Wrong time of the season for my thyme to be blooming, but what's not to like about a mushroom, bacon, thyme open-faced sandwich?

  • Spring cabbage vinaigrette (Vårens kål med vinaigrette)

    • mjes on September 27, 2019

      The dressing of vinegar and sweet mustard raised this to a tasty side dish. I had a Swedish mustard but not Johnny's.

  • Rachel's caviar (Rachels kaviar)

    • mjes on September 27, 2019

      I have no experience with Kalles Kaviar (Grandma was Finnish not Swedish), but I do have some bottarga to use up. Mayonnaise-lemon-tomato-bottarga makes a nice spread and helps use the bottarga. But even home made mayonnaise is not widely appreciated in my household so this will rank as a "use it up" recipe rather than in the first tier.

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  • ISBN 10 0718188918
  • ISBN 13 9780718188917
  • Published Jul 30 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 288
  • Language English
  • Publisher Michael Joseph

Publishers Text

Renowned food writer Rachel Khoo bid farewell to her Parisian kitchen and moved to Sweden in pursuit of love. Having made the country her home, Rachel now shares over 100 delicious and seasonal Swedish recipes from her new little Scandi kitchen ­- celebrating traditional fare, embracing local ingredients, exploring what the Swedes eat at home and offering her own fresh and stylish takes. Full of stunning location and food photography, Rachel's ravishing new cookbook will take you on a culinary tour of this beautiful country so you can experience for yourself what the Swedish call lagom, the art of enjoying just the perfect amount of the best things in life. Rachel offers her own twists on classic Swedish recipes, which include: · Breakfast blueberry pie · Smoked sausage stroganoff · Fish tacos, Swedish style · Roasted pumpkin waffles · Swedish meatballs and beanballs · Lingonberry almond buns

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