Cuisine of Sweden

Swedish Common Fare, Eating Customs, and Traditional Foods

Updated: 5 September 2016.

We’re busy trying to restructure our country and city destination guides, including cuisine pages such as this one, so this page will be populated in a much better way shortly. For now, check out these choice, authentic recipes from traditional Swedish cuisine from over at our sister site, Everywhere Fare. Oh, also, check back soon, please! :)

Swedish meatballs

Köttbullar, the Real Swedish Meatballs

Sweden brings the world so many things, but as far as food is concerned, it’s hard to think of anything more ubiquitously world-renowned than the beloved Swedish meatballs. Read more and see the recipe »

Gravlax Dill Salmon

Swedish Gravlax – Dill-Cured Salmon

Swedish Gravlax, or gravad lax, is a dill-cured salmon that is a quintessential Smörgåsbord item. Read more and see the recipe »

Hovmastarsas Swedish Mustard

Hovmästarsås – Dill-Infused Swedish Mustard

Hovmästarsås is a dill-Infused Swedish mustard blend that is a quintessential Smörgåsbord item. Read more and see the recipe »

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