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Transcript of Swedish food
Together, you mix the eggs and milk, bread crumbs, potato flour or oatmeal. Often included grated onion too. A traditional Swedish way of serving meatballs is together with potatoes (or mashed potatoes), gravy, pickled cucumber and cowberry jam. You can find a good recipe here: http://www.ikeahackers.net/2006/08/how-to-make-your-own-swedish-meatballs.html Swedish Pancakes In Sweden we traditionally eat pancakes as a dessert. We eat it often with jam, whipped cream or ice cream. Also with fresh berries and powdered sugar. You can find a good recipe here: http://allrecipes.com/recipe/easy-swedish-pancakes/ Swedish Chocolate Cake Chocolate cake is a compact soft cake with chocolate flavor and sticky texture. The chocolate cake is almost like brownies. You usually eat whipped cream or ice cream with the cake. You can find a good recipe here: http://scandinavianfood.about.com/od/cakerecipes/r/Kladdkaka.htm Would you like to eat some Swedish food?
Then you can visit and taste for example meatballs with mashed potatoes or smoked salmon with vegetables. CZECH REPUBLIC (4 stores) http://www.ikea.com/ms/sv_SE/about_ikea/facts_and_figures/ikea_group_stores/czech_republic.html SPAIN (12 stores) ITALY (18 stores) http://www.ikea.com/ms/sv_SE/about_ikea/facts_and_figures/ikea_group_stores/italy.html http://www.ikea.com/ms/sv_SE/about_ikea/facts_and_figures/ikea_group_stores/spain.html Here you can find your IKEA stores in your country Celebrations Midsummer Herring and potatoes Salmon Crispbread Christmas Eve Christmas ham (Glögg) Mulled Wine Sausage and Meatballs Kebab French Fries Mushrooms Pineapples Pepperoni Sauce In Sweden we love to eat PIZZA this is some toppings we like to have on our pizza Christmas Eve and Midsummer is one of the many festivals we celebrate in Sweden.
It's the time when we take the opportunity to eat lot of extra food. this is some typical food you can found on the tables. This presentation was made by Jessica and Ida FOOD