It is said that on the last supper Jesus and his apostles ate lamb, and from there originates the tradition to eat lamb during easter. Originally lamb was part of seder, traditional Jewish feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of passover.
Any food made of lamb is loved in many countries, especially at Easter.
These potatoes go well with any meat or fish meals, and I think they would work well with chicken as well.
Just as good as potato salad ever can be!
Without further ado I can say that this casserole is really worth trying. So delicious!
If it is even possible to say that something is better than delicious, this casserole absolutely belongs in that category. At least it delights my palates so much that I’m almost forced to sigh with delight while eating.
Shiny days, warm evenings, gentle wind, fragrant garden and birdsong – summer. And, of course, all those great delicacies made outdoors as long as the weather stays beautiful.
Garlic potato cakes are the real crown of this meal. The taste of this side dish barely differs from garlic potatoes made some other way, but the appearance is quite pretty.
Jansson’s temptation (Janssons frestelse) is a traditional Swedish gratin-style dish made of potatoes, leek or onion, anchovies or sprats and cream. This dish is also common in Finland and known as “Jannssonin kiusaus”.
I have made this dish three times already, served with pork meat or sausages. It goes particularly well with strongly spiced sausages, as sauerkraut usually does.