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Scandinavian Christmas recipes: main, side and dessert

Scandinavian Christmas recipes by Trine Hahnemann - food -

The Scandinavian recipes below are by Trine Hahnemann, a top Danish chef, specialising in Scandinavian cuisine. Trine regularly appears on Danish breakfast TV and on the Good Food Channel in Britain. She specialises in simple, healthy food and runs the canteen in the Danish House of Parliament. Her gorgeous goose recipe makes a perfect alternative to turkey on Christmas Day, the red cabbage could not be simpler, and her Christmas cake is a wonderful show-off piece that's bound to be a Christmas hit. Just click on the recipe names for printable instructions...

Scandinavian roast goose with apple

Scandianvian red cabbage

Scandinavian Christmas cake

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