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Danish/Swedish Shrimp salad (Skagenröra)
Danish/Swedish Shrimp salad (Skagenröra)
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A creamy shrimp salad with lumpfish caviar and dill, named after a town in Denmark. Perfect as a starter on withe bread.

Ingredient List :
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200 gr Crème fresh / sour cream
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1 tablespoon Mayonnaise
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1 tablespoon Strong mustard
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2 tablespoons Lumpfish roe / lumpfish caviar
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0 Citron / lemon
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150 gr Shrimps/ prawns
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20 gr Dill
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0 tablespoon Black pepper
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0 tablespoon Salt
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Pour the crème fresh/ sour cream, mustard, lumpfish roe/ lumpfish caviar, and the mayonnaise in a bowl and mix it together.
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Squeeze the juice from half a citron in the sauce, and stir.
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Add the salt and pepper.
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Cut the dill in small pieces and add it in the sauce, and stir it together.
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Last pour the shrimps in the sauce and stir.
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Let the sauce rest in the fridge for at least 1 hour before serving.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from Sweden , West coast.
This is a really good but different way of preparing a non sweet cheese cake with a delicious combination with cream cheese, shrimps and a dark bottom, which gives this cake a wonderful creamy taste. It is perfect as a starter, side dish, or why not have it on the buffet table, and the cake is even better if you prepare it one day before. To decorate the cake with some fresh shrimps, lumpfish roe, dill and citron gives an extra nice touch to it all.
If you like homemade Swedish cinnamon buns but think it takes to long to roll each bun, this recipe is for you. It takes less time but taste the same as your favorite buns. You can make the squares as big as you like them to be.
This is a perfect sauce to a fresh salad or seafood. It is served cold and is very easy to make and can be made as strong as you wish. Why this Swedish sauce is named after the state of Rhode Island in the United states of America is a mystery. The sauce resemble a lot of the sauce called Thousand islands sauce, that is also served cold to salads and seafood.
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