Just cut and bake in the oven! "Jansson's Temptation" Recipe
|Material ( Four )|
|Fresh cream||1 cup|
|Grated garlic||A little (about 1 cm tube)|
Holiday season coming soon. I would like to introduce the recipe "Jansson's Temptation" recommended for those who cannot afford to make something very elaborate but want to make something delicious that everyone will be pleased with. One of the most delicious dishes to eat potatoes personally.
What is "Jansson's Temptation"?"Jansson's Temptation" is a traditional Swedish dish using potatoes. It is said that the origin of the strange name of the dish is that "Vegetarian religionist Jansson has eaten it one by one, overcoming the appearance and smell that seems to be too delicious."
Ingredients (for 3-4 people)・ 3 medium potatoes ・ 1/2 small onion
・ 1 cup of fresh cream ・ Slightly grated garlic (about 1 cm tube)
・ A pinch of salt
・ 5 anchovies ・ 1 tablespoon butter
How to make1. 1. Peel the potatoes and chop them into thick strips, slice the onions into thin strips, and chop the anchovies into coarse pieces. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
2. Spread a thin layer of butter on a bakeware (outside the amount), add potatoes and onions, pour [A] mixed in a separate container, and sprinkle anchovies all over.
3. 3. Sprinkle the torn butter and bake in an oven at 200 degrees for about 40 minutes (cover with aluminum foil if it's about to burn).
Four. Complete when the potatoes are cooked.
Slowly baked potatoes are moist and have a happy texture. The original sweetness of the potatoes, the richness of the cream and the saltiness of the anchovies match perfectly, and it is a truly "immoral" taste that you will eat horribly. It has a light taste because it does not use cheese or white sauce, and is perfect for beer and wine.
The authentic recipe uses Swedish anchovies, so if you get one, be sure to check it out. It is recommended to use sweet potatoes such as Kita Akari because it will have a different taste.
It's easy to leave it to the oven, but it's worth remembering the dish with plenty of feast. Please try it in the cold season ♪