Swedish delicacies are hard to find outside of Sweden
But if you feel having some cinnamon rolls – Swedish style with your Fika-time today… and want to carry the Swedish tradition of eating Herring – even though the weather is a little chilly and it’s not the ‘normal’ thing to do… oh faux pas, here is a delicious and totally simple recipe from Lisa Elmqvist
Lisa Elmqvist is a tourist and locals one-stop-shop for fresh deli purchases in Stockholm and here is a delicious recipe to get your thinking outside of the box when it comes to Holiday prep this December!
Pickled herring with browned butter, chopped egg, grass and red onion.
2 fillets pickled herring
50 g butter
1 boiled egg
1 bunch of chives
1 sprig of dill
How to use:
1. Add the 2 fillets pickled herring.
2. Chop the onions, eggs and chives. Brown the butter in the pan until golden browned.
3. Add the onions, eggs and chives and garnish with a sprig of dill and browned butter.