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Swedish shrimp salad (Skagenröra)
Swedish shrimp salad (Skagenröra)
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A homemade classical Swedish shrimp salad also called skagenröra. This is a typical summer delight and taste best with fresh shrimps. It is mostly served as a starter on a toast, but also a favorite to baked potatoes, or as a filling in a baguette. The salad is named after the Danish town Skagen, furthest north in Denmark.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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200 gr Shrimps
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250 ml Sour cream
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30 gr Lumpfish roe
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30 gr Dill
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1 Citron
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0,5 teaspoon Salt
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0,5 teaspoon Pepper
Instructions:
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Pour the sour cream in a bowl, than add the salt and pepper.
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Cut the fresh dill in small pieces and pour it in the sour cream.
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Squeeze half a citron juice in the sour cream and stir. It is possible to use citron extract as well.
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Peel the shrimps if you use fresh ones, and cut them in small pieces. If you use shrimps in a box with liquid, pour away the liquid and after that cut the shrimps in small pieces. Pour them in the sour cream and stir it all together.
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Place the shrimp salad in the fridge for approx two hours.
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Before serving it is nice to decorate the sauce with some citron, shrimps and dill.
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