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Gravlax with fennel and cucumber

Gravlax with fennel and cucumber

It does take a bit of time to make this, so it’s definitely one for a long weekend or a celebratory holiday, but it is so much fun to do and it’s such a spectacular dish to serve that it’s well worth that little bit of time spent forward planning. The fennel salad cuts the richness of the salmon and the mustard–dill dressing adds a lovely herby sweetness to the mix. The recipe is from Michele Cranston's "A Simple Table."
pork sausages with zucchini rosti

Pork sausages with zucchini rosti

Originally from Switzerland, rosti means "crisp and golden" and although the dish is usually potato-based, this zucchini adaptation works a treat. Meanwhile, what's not to like about homemade pork sausages?
Swedish meatballs

Swedish meatballs

Cream and cranberry sauce on the side turn these pork mince meatballs into a Swedish feast.
Swedish gratin potatoes

Swedish gratin potatoes

Packed full of flavour, this Swedish potato gratin is the ultimate comfort food for the whole family. Serve on it's own straight from the oven, or enjoy as a side dish with your favorite roast meat.
Gravlax on rye with herbed cream cheese

Gravlax on rye with herbed cream cheese

Not suitable to freeze or microwave. Note
Orange cardamom rolls

Orange cardamom rolls

Let the bewitching aroma of baking bread fill your kitchen with this delicious, easy recipe from Alexa Johnston
Marzipan Stollen Scrolls

Marzipan stollen scrolls

If you don’t have time to soak fruit, place fruit and brandy in a heatproof bowl. Microwave on Medium (50%) for 2 minutes. Cool. After glazing, sprinkle with chopped toasted nuts. Note