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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.