Christmas Dishes in Denmark!
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Photo Above: "Danish christmas dinner with traditional christmas dishes: Duck with stuffing made of apples and prunes, roast pork with crackling, potatoes fried in caramel, sweet and sour red cabbage and gravy. The traditional christmas decoration colors are red, gold and white. The dessert is a traditional dish called risalamande."

En dansk julemiddag med traditionelle retter. And med fyld af æbler og svesker. Flæskesteg med sprød svær, brunkartofler, rødkål og brun sovs. De traditionelle julefarver er rød, guld og hvid. Desserten er risalamande.
Photo: Malene Thyssen:

æbleskiver - traditional Danish spherical pancakes (a type of doughnut with no hole), sprinkled with powdered sugar and served with raspberry or strawberry jam

roasted chestnuts with salt and butter

boiled whole potatoes

brun sovs (brown sauce) - a traditional dark gravy, used to cover meat dishes like roasted pork and duck (flæskesteg, andesteg) and the boiled potato

brunede kartofler - caramelised potatoes

Julebryg - Christmas beer

gløgg - mulled red wine combined with spices and sugar, typically served warm.

risalamande - rice pudding with whipped cream and almonds, served with cherry sauce (kirsebærsauce)

flæskesteg - roast pork steak with cracklings

andesteg - roast duck with apple and prune stuffing

rødkål - red cabbage stew served as a side dish


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