This was the easiest and most impressive Christmas morning meal--a new tradition. I would halve the butter and use 2 tablespoons, but we aren't huge butter people. We sprinkled the top with fresh lemon juice and powdered sugar and everyone LOVED! This makes 4 generous portions, because who wants to skimp on Christmas?
Ragg Munkar is not only Swedish dish. It is also popular in other countries such as Poland. I love Polish woolen monkswhich, unlike the Swedish consists of small grated potatoes mixed with a batter of flour and eggs. So this is the basic recipe for Polish woolen monks , now called po Polish placki ziemniaczane.
Swedish Pancakes - These are very thin and crepe like but are heavier. They have a very smooth texture. I've read that these may not be authentic Swedish pancakes but the recipe was passed down to my great Grandmother Helen from my Swedish great great Grandmother Maria. It is over 100 years old...possibly 150 or more! Some of my Swedish relatives started the famous Svenhards bakery here in California. Read more at: http://breakfast.food.com/recipe/swedish-pancakes-202498?oc=linkback