It´s called varmkorv!
hotdog is actually varmkorv in Swedish but you can also say korv med bröd! A typical varmkorv in Sweden is served with ketchup, mustard and what we call bostongurka (and if you´re a little extra you can have a little bit of räksallad on top). You can google bostongurka if you want but WARNING you may be disgusted!!
It´s called smörgåsbord!!
The word smorgasbord actually comes from the Swedish language! Some common things on a traditional smörgåsbord is prinskorv, Janssons frestelse, köttbullar and sill.
It´s called Fattiga Riddare!!
If you translate Fattiga Riddare to English it´s poor knights! Haha I know it´s really weird and I have no idea why someone decided to call it that!!
It´s called sill!
Herring is also a traditional Swedish dish you eat around holidays. You usually serve it with potatoes, sour cream and chive!
It´s called HAMBURGARE!
Did you really think we called hampurilainen??? We´re not that stupid!! (thats Finnish)
It´s called KÖTTBULLAR!!!!!
Meatballs is also a traditional Swedish dish. It´s usually served with potatoes, lingonberries and gravy! (And no, we don't eat meatballs everyday)
It´s called tårta!!
A very popular cake in Sweden is Prinsesstårta. A prinsesstårta usually contains vanilla cake, strawberry jam, whipped cream and covered in marsipan!
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It´s called RULLTÅRTA!!!!!
Rulltårta is a VERY popular dessert! You´re not a real swede if you haven't tried a rulltårta! IT´S SO GOOD!!!
It´s called pannkakor!!!
The difference between american pancakes and Swedish pancakes is that Swedish pancakes are REALLY thin, almost likes crepes! You usually eat them with jam, whipped cream, sugar, ice cream or fresh berries.
it´s called GLASS!!
Swedes loves ice cream!! if you´re invited to dinner at a swedes place chances ar big you will have ice cream for dessert!!