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Danish/Swedish Shrimp salad (Skagenröra)
Danish/Swedish Shrimp salad (Skagenröra)
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A creamy shrimp salad with lumpfish caviar and dill, named after a town in Denmark. Perfect as a starter on withe bread.

Ingredient List :
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200 gr Crème fresh / sour cream
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1 tablespoon Mayonnaise
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1 tablespoon Strong mustard
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2 tablespoons Lumpfish roe / lumpfish caviar
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0 Citron / lemon
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150 gr Shrimps/ prawns
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20 gr Dill
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0 tablespoon Black pepper
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0 tablespoon Salt
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Instructions:
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Pour the crème fresh/ sour cream, mustard, lumpfish roe/ lumpfish caviar, and the mayonnaise in a bowl and mix it together.
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Squeeze the juice from half a citron in the sauce, and stir.
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Add the salt and pepper.
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Cut the dill in small pieces and add it in the sauce, and stir it together.
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Last pour the shrimps in the sauce and stir.
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Let the sauce rest in the fridge for at least 1 hour before serving.
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