Swedish meatballs are undoubtedly the country's most famous culinary export. Typically served with boiled potatoes, lingonberry jam, pressed cucumber and plenty of brown cream gravy, they're a Sweden travel 2015 must-try.
Pickled herring is a big deal in Sweden, particularly during midsummer festivities. Boiled potatoes, sour cream, onion and boiled egg are the usual accompaniments.
One taste and you’ll see why Jansson was so tempted. Traditionally served at Christmas, this dish is now popular and readily available throughout the year. A creamy casserole of potatoes and sprats, it's a classic Swedish winter warmer.
A favourite of the nomadic Sami people in Sweden's far north, this salted and smoked reindeer meat is as free range as free range gets. Eat it cooked or raw, but don't forget the lingonberries.
Swedish people love this traditional cake so much that there's even an official week to celebrate it! We’re talking delectable layers of sponge, jam and whipped cream concealed within its inscrutable shell of thick green marzipan. A beauty.