Friday, December 14, 2007

Swedish Christmas Food - a guide



I thought I'd do a small round-up of some traditional Swedish christmas food that I've posted about in the past. It's by no means complete - it's just a little guide to help you find your way in my archives, should you be looking for recipes. Have fun!

I'll do another one of these for candy tomorrow.

Swedish Meatballs

Swedish Christmas Ham

Finnish Swede Bake - it's very common in Sweden too, and goes so well with the salty ham.

Jansson's Temptation

Baked goods:

Lucia Buns

Advent Saffron Buns

Gingerbread Cookies - Pepparkakor

Another recipe for Pepparkakor

4 comments:

Astra Libris said...

I'm SO excited about your recipe for the baked Swedish Meatballs! I've been looking for a really good baked meatball recipe for ages... Thank you, thank you!

fleur said...

This is great -- thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Do you have info about smogasbord?????????

Anne said...

Anonymous - you can check out my recent post on Christmas smorgasbord, called julbord. No recipes, but an idea of what's included. Generally, people have way fewer dishes, of course :)

http://annesfood.blogspot.com/2008/09/very-early-christmas-smrgsbord.html