Tenderloin has a wonderful texture, but its flavor can be a bit bland.
This flavorful and comforting soup is just what you need on a cold winter night.
This brightly colored mash has a tantalizing flavor that’s ideal with rich lamb dishes.
Throughout December, Scandinavians meet outside to drink hot gløgg and sing carols—it’s like a cocktail party in the snow.
Roasting fish in packets (en papillote) allows it to steam in its own juices, intensifying its flavor.
While the exact recipe changes with the region, this classic dish of chickpeas, pasta, and rosemary is served throughout central and southern Italy; a drizzle of aromatic rosemary-chile oil finishes the dish to delicious effect.
This layered ice cream cake with its regal crown of meringue always elicits oohs and aahs.
This bistro-style salad pairs crispy cakes of fried goat cheese with mildly bitter radicchio, peppery arugula, crunchy hazelnuts, and sweet grapes.
The potato mixture for these ultra-crispy latkes looks loose, but it stays together and forms a golden crust when it hits the hot oil.
In this savory-sweet nibble, thinly sliced apple is a fresh, creative stand-in for crostini or crackers.
Cured salmon (gravad lax) is quintessentially Scandinavian.
Crisp on the outside, tender within, and covered in melted cheese, these ooey-gooey herby croutons are to die for.
Buckwheat and whole wheat flours give these waffles a nutty flavor, while bacon adds a smoky, salty crunch.
This boiled candy is a good one to have in your repertoire because it’s so versatile.
Dried porcini mushrooms add the perfect earthy note to a creamy leek sauce.
Lime and ginger brighten the deeply nutty character of well-browned Brussels sprouts and silky leeks.
An overnight soak in apricot-almond custard creates a meltingly soft, creamy interior for this baked French toast dish, while the corn flake crumb topping offers a crisp contrast.
Elegant yet comforting, this side dish has layers of flavor thanks to the earthy-sweet squash and raisins, the fresh spinach, and the rich salty toasty top notes from the cheese and nuts.
Be sure to offer everyone some of the fragrant onion-orange stuffing and crunchy crackling along with their slices of juicy pork (pork is especially popular in Denmark, where we eat it for almost every happy occasion.
Tortillas stuffed with spicy chorizo, scrambled eggs, and potatoes are topped off with a tangy tomatillo sauce and melted cheese for a breakfast that will keep you warm all day.
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