If you’ve ever wondered what Sweden’s National Dish is, now is the time to take part in a competition hosted by radio station P3. So far, the folowwing have been eliminated: falafel, swede, ‘plankstek’ (literally steak on a plank) and ‘palt’ (dumplings).
What is left to vote for are the following:
- ‘Smörgåstårta’ (sandwich cake) versus ‘Sill och potatis’ (pickled herring and boiled potatoes)
- ‘Köttbullar’ (meatballs) versus ‘Blodpudding’ (black pudding)
- ‘Tacos’ versus ‘Falukorv med makaroner´ (sausage with macaroni)
- ‘Kebabpizza’ versus ‘varmkorv’ (hot dog)
If you’d like to vote, here’s the link: VoteforSwedenNationalDish
So, what do you think? What is Sweden’s National Dish?
4 thoughts on “What is Sweden’s National Dish?”
Du skämtar! You are kidding me, tacos!! How did that make it there.. Ohhh I’m so off voting now for Falukorv med makaroner. Honestly can’t get more swedish than that although as a former northern swede, I would have hoped to see Surströmming there but can’t get everything..
A northern Swede who does NOT say Palt? Just how north are you? *leers suspiciosly*
Haha! 😅 Mmm true… en go palt sitter alltid fint helt sant..