What recipes can you find in scandicuisine?
Scandicuisine is for you who want to connect to your Nordic heritage through food. Cecilia's Kitchen makes simple Scandinavian recipes from Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Denmark. All are explained so you can be a successful cook.
In the recipe articles, you can find information on the history of traditional recipes and how to make the recipe step by step, often with a video also. Do check all the videos on the Scandicuisine youtube channel.
You can also find vegan and vegetarian alternatives for some Nordic recipes.
Connect with me
I would love to know what recipe you would like to find in Scandicuisine! Please email me at scandicuisine(at)gmail.com
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Behind the blog
I am Cecilia; I create content for scandicuisine. We are a Finnish-Swedish family and live
near the capital Helsinki in Finland.
I am also the creator of the Finnish food wiki blog, ruokawiki.fi. I thought it would be nice to share some Scandinavian and Finnish recipes in English also. This is how this Scandinavian kitchen blog started.
You get a peek at my kitchen and get to taste my family's recipe library. My recipes in Ssandicuisine are specially tailored for American home cooks with measurements in cups.
I got my interest in cooking from my mum. I sat endless hours by the kitchen counter cooking with her. And in my plays, I was boiling grass soup or decorating sand cakes with flowers. We spent a lot of time harvesting in the Finnish forests before the long winter. Picking berries, mushrooms, and leaves. These became pickles, jellies, juices, and dried things.
I am not a professional chef, just a passionate home cook who understands the importance of simplicity in food. I teach you regular Scandinavian home cooking with everyday kitchen appliances.
Our favorite recipes:
- Swedish cabbage salad. Cabbage stores for a long time, is packed with fiber, low calorie and so healthy. This we eat with pizza.
- Finnish macaroni casserole. This is a favorite in our house, It has a tendency to disappear from the fridge in a day after making it.
- Scandinavian pancakes. What would a weekend be without pancakes?
- Swedish blueberry crumble pie. Crumble pies are so quick and simple to make, use blueberries, apples or any seasonal fruit/berries. Serve with ice cream or vanilla sauce.