Swedish cuisine uses elements from various cooking traditions borrowed from their neighbors and developed from their own traditional dishes. The simplicity of the Swedish cuisine does not imply a lack of taste, but it does make life easier for the cook. Whether you are cooking Swedish meatballs or Ärtsoppa, a traditional pea soup, you will notice that all the dishes are easy to prepare and usually take a short time to cook. Below are some other popular Swedish recipes, which can be found in most international cookbooks and online resources.

  • Salted Herring - "Inlagd sill"
  • Cabbage Rolls - "Kåldolmar"
  • Meatballs - "Köttbullar"
  • Ginger Snaps - "Pepparkakor"

Please see the articles below for more Swedish recipes.

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