07/03/16 07:02 Filed in: Fish
Dinner tonight, March 7, 2016
This is a traditional Danish fish cake, can be eaten warm and cold. Served cold its served on rye bread and remoulade, warm with remoulade, I serve it with boiled potatoes and melted butter for dinner, but its very different from every danish family how they choose to serve it. Read More...
03/03/16 07:11 Filed in: Pork
Dinner tonight, March 2, 2016
Dinner tonight, August 25, 2014
Danes have always loved pork, in fact pork meat is one of Denmark’s biggest export goods. I made this with boiled potatoes, but you can really make it with any kind of potatoes you like, but the classic danish way is boiled potatoes skin peeled off. Read More...
22/07/16 08:56 Filed in: Pork
28/04/14 09:19 Filed in: Basic
19/12/13 13:21 Filed in: Desserts
Risalamande was invented when the rice was easy to get, so the upper class had to serve something more “expensive”, than what the common people eat Christmas eve.
Wondering about the one whole almond ? the rule is, the one there get the almond, get a little present. The almond goes in the pot with Risalamande and the person who have the almond can reveal himself when the whole pot of Risalamande. You can also just put it in a random plate, switch the all the plates a couple of times so you do know where it is - Enjoy.