Buzz·Posted on Jan 15, 201521 Scandinavian Foods You Need To Try NowAs Stockholm restaurant, GRO, pops up at London's Carousel, chef, Henrik Norén, shares his favourite Scandinavian dishes.by Laura SilverBuzzFeed News Reporter, UKFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Semla Getty Images/iStockphoto Laks-Art / Via thinkstockphotos.co.uk "A bun flavored with cardamom and filled with almond and whipped cream. You can only get it during fast before Easter. Traditionally only served on Tuesdays which why it's also called 'Fatty Tuesday bun'. If you're hardcore you eat it in a bowl with hot milk". Recipe. 2. Kroppkakor View this photo on Instagram tv4recept / Via instagram.com "Kroppkakor means 'body cookies', which is really strange. It's potato dumplings filled with cured pork, onions and allspice. Served with clarified butter and lingonberries. The lingonberries keep occurring". Recipe. 3. Veal in dill View this photo on Instagram sweet_bobos / Via instagram.com "The veal is cooked until super tender in a sweet and sour creamy sauce with a lot of dill. This is also a must try. Sometimes made with lamb and sometimes with horse radish instead of dill".Recipe. 4. Crispy waffles with cloudberries and whipped cream View this photo on Instagram mylines69 / Via instagram.com "Cloudberries are a delicacy in Sweden. A taste of its own and a must if you've never had them. Also good warm with vanilla ice cream".Recipe. 5. Breaded, butter fried herring with potato purė and lingonberries View this photo on Instagram Instagram / Via instagram.com "This might sound strange but it's actually really good. You can even get it in a food truck in Stockholm". Recipe. 6. Crayfish with beer and dill flowers View this photo on Instagram cathnko / Via instagram.com "In August there are crayfish parties in Sweden that involve drinking a lot of schnapps and beer but most importantly eating crayfish that are cooked in beer, sugar, salt and dill flowers. Super delicious!!!"Recipe. 7. Gravlax Getty Images/iStockphoto LDProd / Via thinkstockphotos.co.uk "Gravlax basically means 'grave salmon'. It's cured with salt and sugar and served raw in slices with sweet mustard sauce or creamed potatoes with dill. A few thin slices are enough and the special 'grav' curing makes it really good".Recipe. 8. Meatballs in cream sauce, mashed potatoes, pickled cucumber and lingonberries View this photo on Instagram Instagram / Via instagram.com "Eat it in a good restaurant. It's nothing like the crap that they serve in the IKEA restaurants".Recipe. 9. Smørrebrød View this photo on Instagram annieskeli / Via instagram.com "Traditional Danish small dishes served on a special rye bread. Top the bread with things that go well together like liver patė, bacon and deep fried onions". Recipes. 10. Raggmunk View this photo on Instagram swehiort / Via instagram.com "Swedish potato pancakes served with slices of cured pork belly and lingonberries. Lovely combination of salty, sweet and sour. You can also get the same pork with creamed onion or brown beans. All very good". Recipe. 11. Cardamom rolls Getty Images/iStockphoto theblackfatcat / Via thinkstockphotos.co.uk "Like cinnamon rolls but made with a lot of cardamom, which is used a lot in Swedish pastry". Recipe. 12. Pickled herring View this photo on Instagram juratebee / Via instagram.com "Called 'Sill' in Swedish. Comes in endless flavours best are with onions or "Matjessill", with a special blend of spices and eaten with new potatoes, sour cream and brown butter". Recipe. 13. Kalops View this photo on Instagram matmonstret / Via instagram.com "A Swedish take on boeuf bourguignon. Beef cooked with carrots and allspice. Served with pickled beetroots".Recipe. 14. Pork shank View this photo on Instagram iltizy80 / Via instagram.com "Served with with root mash (swedes and carrots) and mustard".Recipe. 15. Kåldolmar View this photo on Instagram restaurangcococarmen / Via instagram.com "A traditional version of the Turkish dolmades. Minced meat rolled in cabbage and seared in butter and malty syrup. Also served with lingonberries. There's also 'kålpudding' which is the same ingredients made like a lasagna".Recipe. 16. Souvas View this photo on Instagram ingeinstasimme / Via instagram.com "Smoked reindeer meat. A salty and savory tradition in the north of the Nordic countries".Buy reindeer meat. 17. Filmjölk View this photo on Instagram the_great_ambeany / Via instagram.com "Maybe not so much of a dish. It's sour milk but very different from yoghurt, different bacterial culture. Try it with just some sugar on top".Buy Filmjölk. 18. Tunnbrödrulle View this photo on Instagram kickilindahl66 / Via instagram.com "A quite new tradition. Means thin bread roll. You can get it in one of the many hot dog places in Sweden. Might sound really weird. It's hot dogs, mashed potatoes and shrimp salad rolled in a thin soft bread. Popular on the way home after a late night out".Recipe. 19. Ostkaka View this photo on Instagram lesscarbs / Via instagram.com "This is a cheese cake but far from the American version. More like a sweet baked ricotta actually. Flavored with bitter almonds and served with either cherry or blueberry jam and whipped cream". Recipe. 20. Ärtsoppa View this photo on Instagram sandraochkarins / Via instagram.com "Yellow pea soup made with marjoram and salted pork (or vegetarian without the pork). Served with mustard and "Punsch" on the side. Punsch sweet alcohol flavored with arrak. Traditionally served on Thursdays and sometimes with thin pancakes for dessert". Recipe. 21. Isterband View this photo on Instagram swedishfoodie / Via instagram.com "A classic Swedish sausage. It's a sour sausage with barley in it. Served with creamed potatoes or creamed cabbage and pickled beetroots. An acquired taste".Buy Isterband. Eat Henrik Norén and Magnus Villnow's cooking at GRO's London pop-up at Carousel from the 13-24 January.