Rillette is incredibly easy to make, serve, store and it tastes absolutely amazing.
With Copenhagen having GRØD, the first restaurant serving solely porridge, the good old favorites are being remembered again.
Moss foam, pine oil, and unfamiliar herbs. These are the hallmarks of a bigger trend currently sweeping Nordic-inspired restaurants.
A wonderful and simple seasonal recipe!
From outside it looks like an ordinary pub or a sneaky bar, lying in a remote street and not really “screaming” you in the face.
In a remote corner of the big foodmarket in Copenhagen, there is always a cosy atmosphere and cooled glass of Gramona Cava available.
Lovely sweet buns packed with bitter-sweet cranberries and nutty pumpkin seeds. Serve with plenty of cold salted butter.
Fresh and crispy beetroot tossed with tart fruit vinegar, sweet cranberries and topped with creamy cottage cheese, horseradish and dill.
Use the most loveable fruit of the season in this flavorful syrup with fresh hazelnuts and herbs.
The last bit of summer vegetables combined in a beautiful and tasty side dish. Quick and perfect for a friday steak or sunday lunch.
If you’re in Copenhagen this coming week, you have the chance to get your Danish smørrebrød technique sharpened.
Nordic Cuisine for the Home Cook – “Tebirkes” Danish Poppy Seed Rolls
Consisting of two layers, a moist sponge cake in the bottom, a top of fluffy meringue and nuts – it might just be the World’s Best Cake.
Spring lamb is one of the most amazing meats, when being properly cooked – keeping its juiciness and enhancing the natural delicate flavor.
How about a serving of Europe’s smoothest ice cream in perfectly paired flavors, served freshly made to order?
A moist and sweet sponge cake balanced with nordic berries, topped with a chewy malt and barley caramel.
Mia Irene Kristensen with a spring recipe perfect for that first spring picnic.
The sourness of the buttermilk marinade creates a “fresh” aroma in the meat.
This salad might be one of the first Nordic inspired dishes you make at home, but its simple, quick and easy to get right the first time you try.
The silky apple puree in this classic Danish apple cake shouldn’t be too sweet, as the topping is made from a mixture of crushed macaroons and caramelized rolled oats.
If you’re in Copenhagen this Saturday, head for the Nordic Food Market in Christianshavn.
There is something magical and beautiful about rising dough. The smell of home made, freshly baked bread.