Thursday, June 6, 2013


Wallenbergare is a luxury swedish meat patty named after a swedish famous family. It is usually made with ground veal, eggs, cream and breadcrumbs. 
Here is my version with fish.
( My little son loves it :)

200g boneless Salmon fillets
200g boneless Zander fillets /or some other white fish
80-100 dl double cream
1 egg
2 toasts without crusts/ crumbled in food processor or ready breadcrumbs
white pepper
handful of basil / chopped
pinch of salt/pepper

Place the fish in a food processor. Process until smooth.
Add double cream, egg and chopped basil, salt, pepper.
Mix well. Shape into patties.

Mix pinch of white pepper with breadcrumbs.

Make little fishpatties and sprinkle breadcrumbs on the top. Fry the patties with some butter or oil . 

If you want to make burgers with bread, here is my easy Burger Bread recipe:

Burger Bread:
250ml Milk
20g fresh yeast
20g sugar
1 Egg
1,5 tsp Sea Salt
250g Plain Flour
250g Rye Flour
75g Butter
Sesam Seeds and Rolled Oats

In a mixing bowl, dissolve yeast in (finger) warm milk and sugar. Beat the egg and put 3 tbsp in the fridge. Add the rest of the egg, salt and flour to the milk and beat on low speed for 3 minutes. Then on high speed for 5 minutes. On the low speed add butter cubes one after another to the dough.
Cover and let rise 1 hour in a warm place.
Knead for 5 minutes and divide the dough in small dough balls. Let rise another 40 minutes.
Top with sesam and rolled oats.
Brush with beated cold egg. Bake at 200 degrees for 10-15 minutes.

Burger "Sauce":
2 avocados / mashed
1 little onion / finely chopped
2 tbsp sour cream/creme fraiche
dash of lemon juice


  1. I like your burger bread recipe. Seem so simple and look so delicious !

    1. Hi Doris. Thanks. It is very simple and delicious dish. Great for kids.

  2. This is a very nice recipe. So light and healthy. I bet it is amazing with that homemade bun. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hi Anita. Thanks for your kind words. The homemade bun is actually not so hard to do.