Sweet and savory, always flavorful, Swedish cuisine takes advantage of meats paired with tart, sweet berries and hearty gravies. And with these recipes, you don't even need to go to a Swedish furniture emporium to enjoy this rich cuisine.
Slices of this tender rye bread are especially delicious toasted and served with jam or honey-nut cream cheese.
Nutmeg is the flavorful ingredient in these lacy fried cookies, a coffee time go-along for Swedish and Norwegian immigrants. Dusted with powdered sugar, these treats are also popular as Christmas cookies.
Christmas in Sweden might not arrive if these spiced cookies -- in shapes of gingerbread folk, hearts, and the beloved Christmas pig -- weren't on the scene. To follow the Swedish tradition, roll the cookie dough thinly.
These golden appetizers or dinnertime treats, flavored with Parmesan cheese and onion, will reign as a favorite pancake recipe. The secret ingredient is zucchini.
Stir baked meatballs into a rich cream sauce for this classic meatball recipe. Serve over noodles or with mashed potatoes.
Lean ground beef and fat-free half-and-half lower the fat in these meatballs. Serve them as an appetizer or with noodles for dinner.
If you like, serve this Swedish dessert soup with a dollop of vanilla yogurt.