Great Scandinavian Baking Book

Great Scandinavian Baking Book Best Read || [Beatrice Ojakangas] Great Scandinavian Baking Book Best Read || [Beatrice Ojakangas] - Great Scandinavian Baking Book, Great Scandinavian Baking Book Recipes for savory and authentic morsels from the north country now in paperback Food is the heart of a Scandinavian home scrumptious pies delicate pastries millions of cookies and of course sav

  • Title: Great Scandinavian Baking Book
  • Author: Beatrice Ojakangas
  • ISBN: 9780816634965
  • Page: 254
  • Format: Paperback

Great Scandinavian Baking Book Best Read || [Beatrice Ojakangas] - Great Scandinavian Baking Book, Great Scandinavian Baking Book Recipes for savory and authentic morsels from the north country now in paperback Food is the heart of a Scandinavian home scrumptious pies delicate pastries millions of cookies and of course sav

Great Scandinavian Baking Book, Great Scandinavian Baking Book Best Read || [Beatrice Ojakangas], Great Scandinavian Baking Book, Beatrice Ojakangas, Great Scandinavian Baking Book Recipes for savory and authentic morsels from the north country now in paperback Food is the heart of a Scandinavian home scrumptious pies delicate pastries millions of cookies and of course savory breads Each country Denmark Norway Sweden Finland and Iceland has its specialty and no one goes hungry In this mouthwatering collection Beatrice Ojakangas calls. Great Scandinavian Baking Book Best Read || [Beatrice Ojakangas] - Great Scandinavian Baking Book, Great Scandinavian Baking Book Recipes for savory and authentic morsels from the north country now in paperback Food is the heart of a Scandinavian home scrumptious pies delicate pastries millions of cookies and of course sav

  • Great Scandinavian Baking Book Best Read || [Beatrice Ojakangas]
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Comments Great Scandinavian Baking Book

  1. It would be a wonderful project to bake one s way through this book especially if one were to have a bunch of people around to eat the results Many of these baked goods were familiar to me from being married to a Danish American and living in Minnesota for 30 years, where one also meets people with roots in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland The book covers everything from everyday breads to Christmas cookies, Danish pastry, coffeecakes and pancakes So far I haven t tried the recipes but in the [...]


  2. Beatrice is a well known cook and baker and I have followed her recipes for years My current interest is especially baking breads This volume has some very good recipes for limpa, julekake and other Scandanavian breads It s a library book, but i will buy it.


  3. To honor my Swedish and Danish heritage, for several years I hosted a Scandinavian holiday buffet for my friends This was my go to book for a variety of baked desserts All were well received.


  4. I ve always wanted to learn about Scandinavian cooking in general because of my Swedish ancestry, so when I saw this book on and read the great reviews I had to buy it The majority of the recipes have simple ingredients and are easy to make, but can be quite time consuming They use a lot of butter, eggs, almonds, cardamom and raisins Cardamom seems to be used like American s use vanilla, in almost every recipe I also found several recipes from my childhood, including a gingerbread house The Co [...]


  5. Awesome awesome encyclopedia of Scandinavian breads, pastries, cookies, and cakes Beatrice Ojakangas has a simple, but informative presentation style, coupling basic techniques with some historical anecdotes to support the recipe s nuances And, her recipes are simply the best In two separate test kitchens kransekake and krumkake comparing multiple versions of recipes, Ojakangas recipes were the easiest to accomplish, the most consistent in outcome, and the best tasting Caveat You have to love al [...]


  6. My main reason for rating this book so low is that it is including both Icelandic and Finnish recipes Neither of the two are Scandinavian countries Scandinavia is Norway, Sweden and Denmark Finland and Iceland only come in when we speak about The Nordic Countries There are some good recipes in here As well as some that made me go Huh I don t think I have ever seen a Champagne bottle inside a Kransekake in Norway, for example, and when I try to do an internet search for it, the only pages that co [...]


  7. I bought this book on a whim, because I wanted another baking book and I love the flavor of cardamom, which this book uses in abundance I ve made several recipes and they ve all turned out great The pulla bread cardamom coffee bread was my favorite it was my first successful attempt at yeast bread The directions were easy to follow and it turned out perfectly The Swedish sugar cake was also wonderful, and a great use for a fancy bundt pan It s made with whipped cream as the main liquid, and you [...]


  8. This is a great Scandinavian cookbook for bakers I like this book because it is robust and a great reference, not to mention that it covers Scandinavia and not just an single country.I actually used the 1988 edition, so I am not sure if the newer editions have changed, but I do prefer cookbooks with pictures, because I learn best through visual example.


  9. Don t know why, but Scandinavia is fascinating to me So are their baked goods Various breads shaped like giant donuts rad Major usage of almonds, cinnamon, and cardamom killer The recipes look very easy to follow And, there were interesting tid bits of facts written alongside the recipes.







  10. i sat down in a borders the other day to surf through this book It has some cool recipe s in it that s EXCITING