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Introduction to New Nordic Buffet Delicacies


Introduction to New Nordic Buffet Delicacies
Nordic delicacies reflect culinary proficiency from Nordic nations of Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Iceland. It features a range of simple and classic flavors and ingredients that produce satisfying meals when combined. As is the case in other regions, the flavors and ingredients often reflect what is in season.
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Introduction to New Nordic Buffet Delicacies
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Planning a Visit to Nordic Regions? Read More About Their Foods

A visit to this region without exploring one or more of their Nordic dishes or deliciously baked goodies will be considered incomplete. One notable feature of Nordic food is the preferred cooking methods, which is influenced by the long and cold winter season in the region. Such methods like preserving, smoking, salting, and drying are still the tradition today, as the weather is still the same.

Ingredients for New Nordic Buffets
Nordic buffets feature popular Scandinavian ingredients which include;
•Meat; from a wide range of options including bear, horse, poultry, veal, deer.
•Seafood; from both freshwater and saltwater
•Bread; most common are rye bread forms
•Fruits and root vegetables; which are mostly pickled and preserved
•Diary; which includes cheese, creams, and fermented milk.
New Nordic Buffets
As recipes are derived from the cultures of Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland variety is a distinctive attribute of Nordic cuisine. As stated earlier, the dishes and meals reflect the ingredients that are in season, therefore, new Nordic Buffets include delicacies like:

Sublime New Nordic Buffet, in which the menu contains;Nordic smoked salmon rillette - stirred with fresh herbs - home-pickled red onions - fresh lemon peel - pea shoots. Madfolk´s sourdough bread - on real buttermilk - freshly baked – homemade; Fresh green salad - with long-baked cherry tomatoes - salt-roasted pumpkin seeds - balsamic dressing; Tender roast beef - long-cooked - pink roast - caramelized onions - fresh lemon thyme; Food people's cold béarnaise sauce - fresh tarragon; Nordic red cabbage salad - sun-dried cranberries - home-pickled red onions - roasted sesame - Madfolk's Goma dressing; Strong chocolate brownie - creamy - fresh raspberry cheese - cream - real Callebaut chocolate - freeze-dried raspberries

New Nordic Classic Buffet, in which the menu contains;Smoked salmon rillette - stirred on fresh herbs - pickled red onions - lemon peel - pea shoots; Madfolk´s sourdough bread - on real buttermilk - freshly baked – homemade; Madfolks cold béarnaise sauce - cayenne - fresh tarragon; Tender roast beef - long-cooked - pink roast - caramelized onions - fresh lemon thyme; Marinated Turkey - juicy - Nordic Romesco - nuts - baked tomato; Fresh red cabbage salad; among other ravishing dishes can be enjoyed with drinks of your choice and a pasta straw. For more amazing Nordic recipes, visit Madfolk.dk.

Pasta Straws as an Eco-friendly Alternative to Plastic

For the benefit of the environment, in an eco-friendly future in the works, plastic straws need to become outdated. Already, a viable alternative has been introduced by eco-friendly environmentalists which is pasta straws. Plastic straws have a bad reputation for obvious reasons and disposable straws made from plastic do not decompose easily.

Pasta straws have been a viable alternative for some years now with companies established to produce and promote the product for the safety it represents for the environment. Water and wheat are the only ingredients in pasta straws; there's nothing else. As a result, this straw is completely vegan and safe to use. It does, however, contain gluten (wheat), thus gluten-intolerant people should avoid it. For more information about pasta straws, visit pasta-straw.com.

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