Jansons frestelse (Sweden)

Are you are tired of seeing at the Christmas Eve dinner seafood, innovative dishes and stuffy canapés?, looking for something more "forceful" and "authentic"? Since then we advise you to this typical Swedish Christmas dish, jansons frestelse or literally "The temptation of Janson".
Well... you will need medium-sized potatoes, a couple of onions, cream, 2 tablespoons of butter and a couple of ingredients subject to change.
We explain: "typically Swedish" making this precise prescription of 3 cans chopped pretzels and ansjovis. The ansjovis is a Nordic canned prepared with sprat fillets marinated in a special sauce which, we assume, in Spain will sell in a famous Swedish furniture store feed section; But if you don't find it there you can replace the ansjovis for anchovies in oil. Regarding crackers crushed, if that make powder snacks not going much you can throw bread crumbs.
Having said that we are going to develop the recipe: first have to put the oven to heat up to 200 degrees. Then Peel the potatoes and cut them into very thin swabs, book them. Cut the onions into very thin rings and rehogad them with the butter until they are golden.
Then engrasad a buttered baking dish and place a base of potato, put over a layer of onion and the ansjovis or anchovies, finally put another layer of potatoes. On these take the cream with bread crumbs or crushed cookies. Only is put in the oven for 45 minutes or until the surface is golden.
And ready to serve. Well... have told us that there is little final trick: can get oil cans of anchovies or the ansjovis over sauce.
Source: Enfolang

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