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Äggakaga (sometimes called äggakaka) is a traditional dish from Skåne in southern Sweden. Although äggakaga translates as egg cake it is more like a thick pancake, but much fluffier. Äggakaga is usually served as a main course. At one time it was popular with farm workers who would eat it cold for lunch, although these days most people prefer it hot straight from the pan. It is normally cut into wedges, topped with fried bacon and served with rårörda lingon (sweetened lingonberries).
Swedish Meatball Soup - my favorite way to eat Swedish meatballs and this meal goes from meatballs to soup in a flash! Tender, moist meatballs, hearty noodles, carrots, mushrooms and celery all swimming in luscious creamy brown gravy broth swirled with sour cream. #onlynoyolks #BH #ad #swedishmeatballs #giveaway