Let’s Have a Barbecue – Scandi Style!
Warmer weather and glimpses of sun can only mean one thing – barbecue season is here.
Here’s what you need for a Scandi barbecue.
Nibbles are important – everyone without a gas barbecue knows this. It always takes about 5 hours to get hot enough to cook anything on so nibbles are crucial to avoid eating each other during the wait.
The barbecue bit:
Unless you have a gas barbecue, sausages are the way to go. They cook in less than an hour, are easy to eat standing up, can hold most toppings – and crucially – they taste good even when they’re a bit burnt.
Per i Viken Salsiccia Korv – Salsiccia Sausage 250g
Per i Viken Bratwurst 3-pack – Bratwurst Sausage 300g
Gøl Røde Pølser – Red Hot Dogs 375g
The bready bits:
Classic sausage buns are a must – the softer sweeter bun contrasts oh so well with the meaty sausages. Norwegians are partial to a thin potato flatbread; lompe, which also works a treat.
Polarbrod Sarek – Thin Flatbread 8-pack
A barbecue needs a good range of condiments. Ketchup, several types of mustard, pickles, remoulade, mayonnaise, skagenrora (if you’re from Gothenburg), and crispy onions are absolutely non-negotiable; we like everything at once, but if you fancy a slightly lighter version we recommend you try one of the following combos:
The Swede: Ketchup, mustard, bostongurka and crispy onions. In a bun.
Johnnys Senap Sötstark – Hot and Sweet Mustard 500g
Bähncke French Dog Dressing 380g
Cold beers and soft drinks.
Nils Oscar God Lager 5.3% – Beer 330ml
Other bits; An umbrella. A kitchen ready to take over the cooking should the barbecue fail you. More snacks, something sweet to finish with – such as pick and mix and gifflar.
To view our Barbecue corner – click here. Happy barbecuing!