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When traveling to a new country, things that I love the most is enjoying the foods in this country. Food is also a part of culture of the country. Whether the traditional foods or modern foods are deserve for you to try one time when you visiting Sweden. If you travel to Sweden, don’t forget to try the following dishes.

1. Kanelbulle

This is a delicious traditional food that can be found in every café, bakery and food shop around the country. Kanelbulle known as a cinnamon roll is a sweet roll served commonly in Northern Europe and North America. This dish is common in many European countries but in each country it is called with different name such as in Denmark it is known as kanelsnegl, in Norway it is known as Skillingsboller, Kanelbolle and Kanelsnurr, and in Finland it is known as korvapuusti.

2. Oat Milk Late

Oat milk Late as its name is a latte made with oat milk, which has a slightly sweet, nutty taste. It really a delicious and nutrition food for diets.

3. Semla

A Semla is a common name of a traditional sweet roll made in various forms in Sweden. Today, the Swedish-Finnish semla consists of a cardamom-spiced wheat bun which has its top cut off, and is then filled with a mix of milk and almond paste, topped with whipped cream.

4. Filmjölk

Filmjölk aslo named Fil is a traditional fermented milk product from Sweden. It is made by fermenting cow’s milk with a variety of bacteria from the species Lactococcus lactis and Leuconostoc mesenteroides. Fil has sour taste and often server as in the breakfast.

5 Swedish pancakes

Swedish pancakes are quite tender and comparable in texture to French crepes. This pancakes taste great. You can enjoy it in breakfast. This pancake also easy to cook at home with some common ingredients such as flour, eggs, sugar, milk and butter.

6. Köttbulla

Kottbullar are the famous Swedish meatballs made with pork and beef. A meatball is ground meat rolled into a small ball, sometimes along with other ingredients, such as bread crumbs, minced onion, eggs, butter, and seasoning. They are usually eaten with potatoes or pasta. Some common additions are various vegetables, ketchup, various spices, etc.

7. Swedish potato dumplings

Traditional Swedish potato dumplings have a bit of cooked salt pork and onion inside. They’re a great way to use leftover mashed potatoes.

8. Lingonberries

These tart berries look a little bit like red blueberries and, due to their high acid content, are great for using in preserves like jam or cordial. Berries are served with many different dishes such as meatball, liver, blood pudding, but they really come into their own in desserts like cheesecake, ice cream and mousse.