7 simple dishes with fallow sausage – recipe …

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Valocurf is a true classic in Swedish cuisine. They are often easy to cook and many love falafel sausages. Gunilla von Heland, food editor and recipe maker at Allt om Mat, gives her best tips on how to cook falu sausage so it’s even tastier.

Faloo sausage is a very useful ingredient in our cooking. With the right seasoning and seasoning, fallow sausage can be a truly festive meal. Here you’ll find 7 recipes for simple dinners with fallow sausage as the main ingredient as well as pro tips on how to improve the taste of your sausage dishes.

5 smart tips and tricks from food experts that make falu even tastier

fry: Not too hot in the pan as it burns easily. Best with medium heat and fry a little longer.

You can fry them without excess fat if you put the sausage slices from the beginning in a cold frying pan.

Stroganoff: It always gets better if you brown the sausage slices first. Feel free to heat your stroganoff with chili flakes, Tabasco, or Sriracha until “baby food” is an adult.

Baked sausage: It can be varied easily. Substitute ketchup and mustard for red pesto, mozzarella, and/or Parmesan, or season with ajvar, oregano, and feta cheese. Tomatoes are welcome.

Taco: Replace the ground beef for tacos with shredded fallow sausage. Season with a mixture of cumin, coriander and paprika.

spices: Tomatoes are a taste that perfectly matches the smoke of the Valo sausage. The Falo sausage is really grateful to be seasoned with herbs like marjoram, oregano, and thyme. It is a good idea to add fresh herbs such as basil and coriander right before serving the dish on the table. Pepper, cumin and cayenne pepper are also useful for fallow sausage.

7 recipes with Valo sausage – from stroganoff to classic baked goods

Stroganoff, fried and baked. There are a lot of good dishes with fallow sausage – try one of these fallow sausage recipes.

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