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COOKING DANISH; A NEW COOKBOOK
By STIG HANSEN, THE VIKING CHEF
Cooking Danish dishes up delicious servings of authentic Old World recipes including Aebleskiver, Smorrebrod and more. Featuring sensational selections for breakfast, lunch and dinner, from breads to main dishes to tempting desserts, Cooking Danish will stir your appetite and your imagination. Colorful photographs show you how each dish will look, while helpful how to’s and step-by-step photos show you how it’s done.
Ideal for Danes and people of Danish descent who wish to preserve, explore, discover or rediscover their culinary heritage, Cooking Danish is the only complete full-color Danish cookbook available in English. If you’re Danish and have forgotten some of your mother’s recipes. If you’re interested in exploring Danish cuisine. If you’ve ever traveled to Denmark or wanted to. If you love great food rich in history, tradition and taste, Cooking Danish is for you.
Danish Meatballs – Frikadeller
Serves 4 to 6
1 1/2 pounds ground pork
shoulder or similar cut
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons dehydrated onions
1/2 teaspoon granulated garlic
2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon ground pepper
1 cup milk
Butter or margarine
If you purchase pork already ground at the market, be sure that it is not seasoned pork sausage. Danish Meatballs can be frozen and reheated in the oven or microwave.
1 - Combine the ground pork with the flour in a bowl and mix well. Add the dehydrated onion, granulated garlic, salt and pepper. Mix in the eggs and then the milk. Spoon the mixture into a deep plate and chill in the refrigerator for 1 to 2 hours for easier shaping.
2 - Add enough equal parts butter and oil to a skillet to measure 1/4 inch in depth. Heat over medium heat. Hold the dish with the meatball mixture in the left hand and spoon the pork mixture carefully into the pan with a soup spoon, shaping it into balls with the spoon. Cook the meatballs until brown on both sides, turning once.
3 - Remove the meatballs to a plate. Serve warm with Red Cabbage and Caramel Potatoes or serve a as a light lunch with Potato Salad.
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