Synopses & Reviews
More than 80 recipes introduce cooks to Scandinavian fare using simple, seasonal ingredients, with inspiring photography to send readers straight into the kitchen Discover the secrets of Scandinavian cookingfrom delicious, healthy breakfasts and leisurely brunches to tasty suppers and plenty of stress-free, crowd-pleaser desserts. From cinnamon chestnut bread, cardamom cream buns, and homemade gravadlax to soups, salads, smoothies, and much more, Signe Johansen, a young cook steeped in the traditions of Scandinavia and trained by the best British chefs, shows that it's not all herrings and meatballsalthough they are in here as well. This cookbook will teach readers the knack of putting together the perfect smorrebrod for a speedy Scandi lunch, as well as lovely cakes and biscuits to accompany afternoon tea. Fresh, light, and surprisingly indulgent, this is food to lift the spiritsit's quite simply scandilicious! Measurements are metric.
"[Scandilicious] features beautiful photos, just flipping through the book is an enjoyable experience." —Luxury Reading
We've long looked south for our food inspiration - but what about our neighbours to the north? We share a climate, a history (those Vikings got everywhere) and a love of cool, from sleek Nordic design to clear frosty November mornings. We also share our love of the outdoors - bracing autumn days, bright spring mornings, lazy summers by the water and long winter walks - and the pleasure of sharing good food with friends around the kitchen table.
Discover the secrets of Scandinavian cooking - from delicious healthy breakfasts and leisurely brunches to tasty suppers and plenty of stress-free crowd-pleaser puddings. Learn the knack of putting together the perfect smorrebrod for a speedy Scandi lunch, and discover some very more-ish cakes and biscuits to accompany your afternoon cuppa.
From cinnamon chestnut bread, cardamom cream buns and home-made gravadlax to soups, salads, smoothies and much more, Signe Johansen, a young cook steeped in the traditions of Scandinavia and trained by the best British chefs, shows us that it's not all herrings and meatballs... although you will find them in here too. Fresh, light, surprisingly indulgent, this is food to lift your spirits - it's quite simply Scandilicious
About the Author
Signe Johansen is a food anthropologist and cook who grew up in Norway. She trained at Leiths School of Food & Wine, and after graduating worked in the Experimental Kitchen at Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck at Bray. She is a coauthor of The Ultimate Student Cookbook.