Typical Swedish Dinners


The Swedish cuisine is characterized by simple, honest flavors that highlight the natural goodness of the ingredients. Husmanskost is a type of traditional Swedish home-style cooking.


Swedish meatballs are made by combining ground beef with breadcrumbs, onion, and spices. The mixture is shaped into small balls, and then baked until golden brown.

Swedish hash consists of diced potatoes, onions, and meat that are fried together in a pan. The dish is typically made with leftover meat from a previous meal.


Jansson's Temptation is a traditional Swedish casserole dish made with potatoes, onions, anchovies, and cream.

Janssons frestelse

Raggmunk are potato pancakes. Grated potatoes are mixed with flour, milk, and eggs to form a batter. The batter is then fried in a pan until golden brown and crispy on the outside. Served with bacon and lingonberry jam.


These potato dumplings are made from boiled potatoes, flour, and egg. The round potato cakes are filled with fried onion and bacon seasoned with salt and pepper.


Korv Stroganoff is a Swedish version of the classic Russian dish Beef Stroganoff. Instead of beef, it features sliced sausage or smoked sausage.

Korv stroganoff

Kalops is a traditional Swedish beef stew. It is often served with boiled potatoes or mashed potatoes and lingonberry jam


Pea soup is a thick and hearty soup made from dried yellow peas. Some sidfläsk (bacon) is often added in the soup to give flavor.


Swedish fried herring, also known as "stekt strömming" in Swedish, is a traditional dish from Sweden that is typically served during the summer months, especially at outdoor markets.


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