Sides & Snacks

Pickled “Herring”

Pickled “Herring”

Pickled herring, called “sill” in Swedish, is a staple for both Midsummer and Christmas. There are various different types of pickled herring, some are named after the sauce, some after the region where they originated. I’m going to show you a basic recipe for pickled […]

Homemade Falafel

Homemade Falafel

Swedish meatballs are a vital part of any Midsummer or Christmas buffet in Sweden, so chances are you’re looking for a replacement for your vegan holidays. There are a lot of different options to add meat(less) balls of course. Many supermarkets offer frozen or cooled […]

Gravad “Lax”

Gravad “Lax”

Gravad Lax or just Gravlax in short is the Swedish name for cured salmon. This is a famous Nordic classic which is often served on canapes or appetisers and with a mustard sauce. Originally, it was produced by burying salmon in the ground and letting […]

Stuffed Tomato Halves

Stuffed Tomato Halves

If you google Swedish Midsummer food and look at the pictures, you’ll notice that they all feature eggs or egg halves in some way. These are a bit tricky to substitute for a vegan buffet of course. There are a few ways to make egg-shaped […]