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Hasselback potatoes

The Hasselback potatoes are Swedish and are not your average baked potatoes. They look very fancy and elegant and can make quite an impression at your dinner table.

These baked potato fans were popularized as the namesake dish of the restaurant at the

Hasselbacken Hotel in Stockholm, Sweden in the 1700s.  In Sweden, these delicious potatoes are called “hasselbackspotatis.”

They are very easy to make and have an amazing taste.  Each potato is cut into thin slices across almost right through, but not quite, and then roasted in buttery oil; as they cook, the potatoes fan out, like slightly fleshy crisps with their bottoms still attached. I cut them a little different.

Ingredients:

  • 1 teaspoon chili
  • 3 potatoes
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 teaspoon rosemary
  • 2 crushed garlic cloves
  • 2 tablespoon melted butter

Directions:

Preheat the oven to 175°C (350°F). In a bowl mix the butter, chili, salt…

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Posted by distancewide

Two globetrotter, travel freaks, big-hearted adventurer and nomads. We write about our road trips with our camper van, our adventures, hikes, and city escapes. We want to explore life and discover new destinations, while connecting with interesting people. We travel with our dog and always have our cameras with us. We love cooking and slow food.

5 Comments

  1. These look great. Firstly thanks for stopping by my blog, and liking a post. I would be very happy to offer you a slice of beetroot and hazelnut cake (sadly you have to make it yourself, but at least the recipe is there..) because firstly you are blogging about Normandy – which is on my bucket list (due to the amazing butter laden cakes they have there, there is a theme here, you are right) and secondly because you led me to cooking without limits and if there is something I like to explore other than the great outdoors, it’s food! Look forward to reading more from you. Poli

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    1. Thank you so much for commenting. I love food and cooking. There is nothing better to visit the local farmers markets and to cook your own meal.
      Normandy and Brittany should be a must on your travel list. You will be amazed by all these beautiful landscapes, sites, etc…

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      1. And the food, don’t forget the food, the gâteau breton for example, the cider, the apples, the sea-food? Aren’t crepes from there as well with buckwheat (sorry i get carried away) 🙂 – I actually do need to go. It’s only a short trip (relative to trips to the caribbean for example) from where i live – happy travels

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      2. Yes, its not far in comparison to go to Asia, US or the Caribbean .. hahaha … and the beaches and bays are amazing.
        aaahhhh …. You are making me hungry now! I should visit my kitchen 🙂

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      3. best place in the house by far

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