Danish Cuisine

The cool climate of Denmark produces foods including barley, potatoes, greens, berries, and mushrooms, and Danish cuisine features these local stars. Buttery and filling, traditional Danish cooking is a wonderful winter meal alternative.

Danish Aebleskiver

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Aebleskiver, round pancakes that resemble popovers, are baked on the stovetop in a special pan that has indented cups. Look for the pan in kitchen shops and specialty stores and catalogs. When making them, keep in mind that practice makes perfect.

Spectacular Cinnamon-Almond Ring

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This outstanding yeast bread rises in the refrigerator overnight, giving you a head start on a special breakfast or brunch.

Puff Pastry Tarts

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These star-shaped tarts will brighten up your holiday dessert tray.

Danish Green Kale Soup

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Danish Peppernuts

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Despite its name, this rich Danish cookie doesn't use pepper. It is seasoned with cardamom, a very traditional Scandinavian spice.

Danish Gronkaal Soup (Green Kale Soup)

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Kale -- a cruciferous vegetable and member of the cabbage family -- packs this Danish soup with ample amounts of Vitamin A and C. Store kale no longer than three days on your refrigerator; longer storage results in strong-flavored, limp-leaved kale.

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