Grilled beef tenderloin is served on many restaurants in Sweden. The favourite sauces to accompany it are either Béarnaise sauce or a wine reduction sauce with herb butter.
Salmon with dill rub, mustard dip and Kavring bread
A marinated salmon can have so many variations. This Swedish salmon recipe uses the traditional dill rub. The dish is most often served with a mustard based sauce and some sort of bread.
Smoked pork tenderloin with rice and sautéed spinach
This recipe is a quicker version of a smoked ham. The pork tenderloin sits in the brine for 24 hours before you cold smoke it. If you have a hot smoker, cook the pork tenderloin in that.
Wild boar with a mash of potatoes, Swedish turnips and carrots served with a red wine glacé
The vegetable mash in this recipe is called “rotmos” in Sweden. You can add any root vegetables you like! If you can´t get a hold of boar, you can use pork instead.
Beet root and beef patties with horseradish cream served on a beetroot salad
Beef and vegetable patties that you can bake in mini muffin tins or just roll as regular meat balls. It is a perfect way of getting kids to eat their veggies! If you (or the kids) like, puree the vegetables instead of grating them.
Cabbage pudding with caramelized onions and cabbage served on baby spinach leaves with lingon berry jam
This recipe is a Swedish cabbage layered meatloaf. You can make multi layered ones in portion size or you can use a large pan. If you use a large pan, start with the cabbage blend, add the mince and top with more cabbage.