The Swedish sausage (Falu Korv) stroganoff is a classic dish that is regularly served in swedish homes. The Falu sausage originates from the town of Falun in Dalarna. In Falun the skin from ox and horse skin were used to make ropes to lift copper from the mine. German guest workers at the copper mine started to make the sausage which was a biproduct and the sausage was sold to Stockholm where it became popular and was called Falukorv (Falu sausage).

In this course we will show you how to make the Swedish sausage stroganoff. We use a classic recipe to make the dish which is served with rice and a cabbage salad.

This dish takes about 1,5 hours to make and we will then eat the korvstroganoff together. Coffee/tea will be served with a swedish cinnamon bun afterwards.

Maximum number of participants: 8

Minimum number of participants: 2

Ring to make a booking: 0250-41444


Price: 500 kr/person

Scandinavian Cooking Holidays