This recipe for rødkål is from my Danish mother in law. Of all the variations I’ve tried, I think this is the absolute best. And it’s super easy too!
Pesto is one of those incredibly delicious things that cost an arm and a leg if you buy a jar, but is super simple to make at home, costs WAY less, and taste WAY better than virtually any storebought alternative. Let’s go!
This dip was developed as part of our Viking Falafels, but turned out so magnificent, we’ve started using it on our pizza and everywhere else! And yes – it’s basically our New Nordic take on Mutabal, so if you like that shit, you’re in for a real treat!
There are a few things the Danish kitchen simply be without. One is rye flour, another is parsley, and horseradish is definitely in the top 5 too. This is a classic Danish horseradish cream.
Ramsons are a very European and seasonal plant that is also called wild garlic – and it taste and smell just like garlic too. Garlic with a bit of chives in it. This dressing is fantastic on a sandwich, burger, og our Viking Falafels.
I am an absolute sucker for pickled onions, be it red, white, tiny ones or regular ones. I absolutely fucking love’em. Here’s the super easy basic recipe I use for everything.