Lapland on a Plate
Pure tastes directly from the nature
The culinary culture in Lapland revolves around the pure tastes of the surrounding nature. A perfect symphony of flavors leads to a mouthwatering experience whether you are having a break at the waters or you are dining at the local restaurants. If you want to take a piece of Lapland home with you, remember that it’s often the food that makes an impact. Lapland offers tastes, which are hard to forget.
Think about glow-fried salmon, whitefish cooked on a branch, sautéed reindeer served with lingonberry jam and mashed potatoes, wild berries from the Arctic forests. A very popular and an excellent snack for situations on the go is traditionally dried meat usually made of reindeer or moose. The healthy chaga mushroom can be prepared for teas and other drinks, and if there’s a chance make sure you’ll taste some spruce sprout drink to freshen up your body and soul.
In Lapland’s weather conditions every food becomes super-food. The locals might reveal their own recipes for preparing some of the dishes, but in case you want to take it a bit more easier, you might want to enjoy your meal at some of Lapland’s versatile restaurants.
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