- Sami cuisine
Sami cuisine is the cuisine of peoples from the Sápmi territory of the Sami people, which spans Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. Its traditional cuisine of each area has individual traits. Traditionally, the cuisine of Sápmi has been based on local materials, like fish, game, reindeer and berries. Berries have been important food, because other kinds of vegetables were not available during the long winters. Nowadays berries are parts of delicate sauces and desserts. The most valued berry of Sápmi is the cloudberry. Milk consumption was not very common. In eastern parts of Sápmi, reindeer herding became a way of life in the 19th century and, before that, people were hunters and fishers. These days reindeer is essential for Sami cuisine, but game, fish and wild birds are also important. The cuisine of Sàpmi consists of a variety of dishes which stem from differences in geography, culture and climate.
Reindeer, fish and game meats are staple foods, with literally thousands of recipes and flavors - although spices other than salt are very rare. The local cuisine varies a lot depending of access to food. Sàpmi's history with its many cultural influences has led to an array of dishes. Most dishes are made of reindeer meat, although some also are made of moose or sheep. Smoking and drying have historically been used to preserve meat and fish.
- Bierggojubttsa- A soup containing meat, potatoes, carrots or other root vegetables.
- Suovasbierggo- Smoked meat, eaten as it is or fried
- Gåjkkebierggo- Dried meat, eaten as it is or in soup with potato and rice.
- Bierggomales- Cooked meat of various kind, chops and sides are common. Also tongue, marrow bones, liver are a part. The dish is more like a five-dish dinner, with the various parts served in order with hot broth from the pot.
- Guorppa- A kind of sausage made of grounded meat wrapped in omentum.
- Mallemàrffe- Blood sausage
- Slåbbå- Blood pancakes
- Sautéed reindeer
- Smoked reindeer
- Mat salong (eating salmon)
A Finnish version of sauteed reindeer... and a Swedish version
- Sàllteguolle- Salted fish, either gravsalted or hevay salted.
- Suovasguolle- Smoked fish
- Guollemales- Cooked fish of any kind.
- Dried fish of different kinds
- Gàhkko- Soft flatbread, baked in a frying pan or on a flat stone.
- Ståmpå- Loaf
- Gàrrpa- Thin, crusty bread.
- Jåbmå - Leafs of Mountain sorrel cooked to a stew, usually served with sugar and milk.
- Guompa - angelica mixed with milk and left in barrels to ferment.
- Cloudberrys - Eaten both fresh and as jam. Cloudberry jam goes well warm with ice cream.
- Coffee with cheese
In the last decades new influences have been introduced in traditional Sami cooking. A well-known dish of this cross-cooking is the Suovaskebab, which consists of sliced suovasbierggo, cucumber, salad and garlic dressing in a pita bread. The Suovaskebab can be found at festivals and fairs in northern Scandinavia. These days the old food culture is evolving and adapting. Fast food restaurants in Sápmi can have reindeer hamburger on their menus.
- ^ Hilaro, Donald M. (1878). "Lapland life; or, Summer adventures in the Arctic regions." Kerby & Endean.
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