Top 10 Foods and Drinks in the Scandinavian CuisineMetal_Treasure 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.
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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
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
It's a type of Swedish sausage - Metal_Treasure
It's also a great student orchestra in växjö, Smaland.
Popular mostly in Norway
(... Merry Xmas, Rudolph,... the red-roasted reindeer) - Metal_Treasure
National dish of Denmark - fried pork with potatos - Metal_Treasure
National dish of Sweden - Swedish meatballs - Metal_Treasure
National dish of Norway - Metal_Treasure
People say it's very similar to beef steak - Metal_Treasure
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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