Fettuccine pasta with a rich and creamy, tomato and Italian sausage sauce. Absolute crowd pleaser.
Danish Gravlaks (lox) Cured Salmon from Food.com: This is traditionally part of any Danish Smorgaasbord., Also wonderful for any recipe calling for Lox - appetizers etc. The wine and cognac cures the raw salmon. This cannot be compared to smoked salmon the process is very different nor do I recommend grilling it. It is ready after curing sliced very thinly. It is wonderfull on a bagel with cream cheese, chopped sweet onion , capers and served with scrambled eggs.
Danish Brun Kager Brown Cookies from Food.com: Traditional Danish Christmas cookie. They have a wonderful spicy flavor that stays with you long after you eat it - It's the taste of Christmas to me. Sometimes it is tricky to slice the cookies, especially if you did not wrap & seal them well, then they tend to crumble. Seal them well and leave them 2 weeks in the fridge and you shouldn't have any trouble
Tivoli by Night from Food.com: An interesting drink, found in a collection of Danish recipes online. I've made it with blackberry brandy, and it was quite nice. This is pretty potent, so if you prefer a fruitier taste, you may want to try adding more pineapple juice.
White Chocolate Custard from Food.com: A delicious creamy custard which is as simple and quick to make as it is delicious! Ideal for chilly winter evenings, served with puddings or Danish pastries, or any time of year with apple pie, pecan pie - or other pies. Another recipe from the Simply Great Recipes Club website.
Danish Quick Coffee Cake With Fresh Fruit - Galop Kaffekage from Food.com: This is a moist quick bread. You can use any type of berries you like with this. We like blueberries but have use a mixture of berries for this.
Danish Roast Beef from Food.com: A recipe I found on Christian's Danish Recipes, which has 600 Danish recipes. This sounds very similar to what I do with roast beef. If you don't have black peppercorns, can sub ground black pepper. Posting for ZWT6. I know different cuts of meat are called different things in different countries
Danish Cheese Salad from Food.com: From Everything Raw: The No-Cooking Cookbook by Jennie Reekie and found in The Good Cook Salads. Posted for ZWT6. Danish Samsoe cheese is a semihard, pale yellow cheese with cherry sized holes. Swiss cheese is a good substitute. NOTE: The cooking time is the marinating time
Danish Lima Beans from Food.com: This is a great recipe for lima beans when you don't want just the normal ones. If at all possible, look for danish blue cheese, which has a slightly milder flavor and is heavily laced with the greenish-blue veins.
Danish Apple Pudding from Food.com: A flavoursome Danish apple pudding with hazelnuts, honey and lemon. This dessert can be made well ahead of serving time as it is served chilled. Hazelnuts although high in fat contain mostly monosaturated fat which helps to lower levels of blood cholesterol in the body. I found this recipe on an International Masters '1001 recipes for pan or wok' card.
Danish Fish Balls from Food.com: These are delicious and versatile. These are traditional in the Danish Mock Turtle soup. Serve them as an appetizer with a dip or make it as a fish loaf. Any way it is good In one of the pictures you will see that I made a sauce and fried them - these went over really well. They are wonderful in a curry sauce