Chef Emma Bengtsson talks to Try The World about growing up in Sweden and her childhood in the family kitchen. Plus, she shows us what you can make with her favorite products from the Sweden Box.
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Aquavit is vodka infused with aromatic spices and fruit. Here, curating chef Emma Bengtsson infuses vodka with licorice from the Sweden Box.
In this take on the familiar sundae, curator of the Sweden Box Emma Bengtsson melts fudge onto ice cream and crumbles cookies on top. It’s easy to make and sure to please a hungry crowd. Bengtsson uses vanilla ice cream, but the recipe works well with any other type as well.
Hovmastar sauce is a bright and acidic Scandinavian condiment that elevates the natural flavors of seafood, especially smoked fish.
One of the favorites from the Sweden Box, Tillmans’ elderflower saft syrup is an incredible addition to so many drinks, whether simple spritzers or elaborate cocktails. But even more than that, saft works well in other preparations, too.
Originally from a small town on Sweden’s western coast, Chef Emma Bengtsson grew up learning the secrets of Nordic cuisine from her mother and grandmother. Here, Chef Bengtsson tells Try The World the backstory: her dreams of becoming a fire pilot, struggling with schoolwork, and her obsession with ice cream.
These traditional dumplings from curating chef Emma Bengtsson are filled with an onion and bacon mixture made with the spectacular mustard from the Sweden Box. Tradition calls for serving them with tangy and slightly sweet lingonberry jam.