Tonight I served up Sienimunakas-kääryle, Rosolli Salad and Pickled Herring.
Sienimunakas-kääryle is a thick omelette rolled with a mushroom filling. Being mushroom lovers this was right up our alley.
Rosolli Salad is traditionally eaten for Christmas dinner so we expected something exceptional. Quite a bit more plain than expected.
Herring is Finland’s favourite fish and apparently there are hundreds of different types of pickles and marinades. It is estimated the Finnish eat around 80,000 tons of it a year, which is about 60kg per person.
All the recipes I cooked tonight are listed here along with a great selection of other popular Finnish dishes.
Next up: France