Mustard Herring / Sennepsild

A classic Scandinavian herring recipe found on dansukker.no1078_sennepsild_post

As I have told you before Scandinavians are just about crazy when it comes herring. With this in mind it should come as no surprise that we eat herring at Christmas too. A Scandinavian Christmas buffet without herring in many different forms would simply be a miserable affair. By the way, would you find it strange that we actually have cranberry herring too 😉

And this recipe comes as a request from my friend Thor at ThorNews. Should you like me to post a particular Norwegian or another Scandinavian Christmas recipe, feel free to mail me or leave a massage on one of my Christmas posts – Ted

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4 thoughts on “Mustard Herring / Sennepsild

  1. Hilda says:

    Wow. Cranberry herring sounds wonderful. I usually serve herring on Christmas eve when we have fish and vegetable fare, saving the meat for the 25th. I also serve a lot of fish, more than usual at least leading up to Christmas. Thanks for the link to Thor News too! Lots of interesting topics there.

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