Top 10 Foods and Drinks in the Scandinavian Cuisine

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The term Scandinavia in local usage includes Sweden, Denmark and Norway.
Cooking in Scandinavian cuisine is pure and simple. Fish dishes play a major role. Seafood can be fresh, cured, smoked, or dried.
Besides pork and poultry, in Scandinavia are also available deer, elk, horse and bear meats.

The Top Ten

1 Smoked Salmon Smoked Salmon

Smoked Salmon is the traditional Norse dish with international popularity. It is a major export and could be considered the most important Scandinavian contribution to modern international cuisine.



Norwegian salmon in general is probably the most renowned. - Metal_Treasure

2 Cabbage Roll Cabbage Roll

It's called Kåldolmar in Sweden. It's the Swedish variation of the Turkish dolma, and the name is also a variation (Kål-dolma-r). The Swedish king Charles XII returned to Sweden from the Ottoman Empire and brought the recipe. - Metal_Treasure

3 Pickled herring Pickled herring
4 Vodka Vodka
5 Isterband Isterband

It's a type of Swedish sausage - Metal_Treasure

It's also a great student orchestra in växjö, Smaland.

6 Reindeer Roast Reindeer Roast

Popular mostly in Norway
(... Merry Xmas, Rudolph,... the red-roasted reindeer) - Metal_Treasure

7 Stegt Flæsk Stegt Flæsk

National dish of Denmark - fried pork with potatos - Metal_Treasure

8 Köttbullar Köttbullar

National dish of Sweden - Swedish meatballs - Metal_Treasure

9 Fårikål Fårikål

National dish of Norway - Metal_Treasure

10 Norwegian whale steak Norwegian whale steak

People say it's very similar to beef steak - Metal_Treasure

The Contenders

11 Fiskepudding
12 Apples Apples
13 Kalops Kalops

This is the Swedish version of the French boeuf bourguignon (beef dish). It's beef meat stewed in red wine (traditionally red Burgundy, in France) - Metal_Treasure

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