Anna Athena Erdel
What to eat in Copenhagen?
Denmark is a country with high-quality food, and this is due to the Danish love for fresh and organic products. The cuisine in Denmark is influenced by the Scandinavian region, but also by the other countries that Denmark has been in contact with. Here we will introduce you to the most popular dishes you have to try when visiting Copenhagen!
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Smørrebrød is a traditional Danish open-faced sandwich, which typically consists of a slice of rye bread topped with butter, slices of meat, cheese, or other ingredients. Smørrebrød is often served as an appetizer or main course.
Frikadeller is a traditional Danish dish that you can find in many restaurants. It is made of minced meat and pork mixed with breadcrumbs, eggs and seasoning. It’s usually served with potatoes and pickled cucumbers or red cabbage.
Flæskesteg is a traditional Danish dish that is usually served at Christmas. It consists of a whole pork leg that has been boiled for several hours, then roasted on the bone, and finally glazed with some sort of sweet sauce. The dish is often served with potatoes and red cabbage.
Danish Hot Dog
The Danish hot dog is a hot dog that is topped with remoulade sauce and fried onions. The Danish hot dog is a popular dish in Denmark.
It was first introduced in the 19th century by Danish street vendors who sold them from carts. They were originally called "frankfurters" or "Frankfurt sausages" but gradually came to be called "Danish".
Wienerbrød is a traditional Danish pastry. It is made of bread dough and shaped into a rectangular or round loaf, then cut into slices and baked with butter, cinnamon, sugar, and raisins or currants. The name wienerbrød comes from the German word for ‘Viennese bread’.
Danish Butter Cookie
The Danish butter cookie is one of the world's most famous and popular cookies. It has a long history dating back to at least the 18th century when it was introduced to Denmark by French chefs. The recipe for Danish butter cookies is well-known throughout Scandinavia considered Denmark's national cookie.
Denmark is well-known for its beer. In fact, the Danish beer market has been growing at a faster rate than any other country in the world. Some of the most popular brands in Denmark are Tuborg, Carlsberg, and Ceres.
The coffee culture of Denmark is an integral part of the Danish way of life. The first ever coffee house in Europe was opened in Copenhagen in 1670. Coffee shops are now found all over Denmark, and it is not unusual to see people sitting down for a cup of coffee at any time of day or night.
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