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RECIPE: Janssen's Temptation (w/o anchovies)

Posted by annova (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 4, 07 at 17:59

Janssen's Temptation (w/o anchovies)

1/2-3/4 sweet onion, sliced vertically
3 Tbs butter (cut in pieces)
7 red potatoes, peeled & julienned
Salt & Pepper
1/2 cup Half & Half

Place a layer of potato slices in 1-1/2 qt casserole; top with some of the onion slices. Dot with some of the butter pieces. Repeat until onions, potatoes & butter pieces are used up. Salt and pepper the mixture. Pour 1/2 cup of Half and Half over mixture. Mix it all up. Bake at 350 degrees for 50 minutes to one hour.


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RE: RECIPE: Janssen's Temptation (w/o anchovies)

And....if it was "with anchovies"...where would you add them? Just on top?
I love anchovies!
Linda C


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RE: RECIPE: Janssen's Temptation (w/o anchovies)

Glad you posted it. The recipe I have calls for anchovies so I never made it because of that because I figured they were necessary.

In the recipe I have you drain the anchovies, reserving the liquid, layer the anchovies over the potatoes, then pour the reserved liquid over that. Then proceed with the onions, etc.


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RE: RECIPE: Janssen's Temptation (w/o anchovies)

This is a recipe posted by san. I haven't made this in a long time but I think this is a good recipe for Janssen's Temptation. I've heard from native Swedes that their anchovies are much milder than the kind sold in the USA (that's why when I did make it w/ anchovies, I drained & rinsed the anchovies before chopping, & didn't use the juice). I'd also slice the onions vertically - they seemed to fit better with the julienned potatoes :)

Jannsonns Temptation

2 # russet potatoes, coarsely julienned
1 T salt
10 oz tin of Swedish sweet pickled anchovies, juices drained and reserved***
5 T butter, divided
2 medium onions, thinly sliced
black pepper
1 C cream

***Ive never seen a tin of these so I just toss in 6 or 7 anchovies packed in


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RE: RECIPE: Janssen's Temptation (w/o anchovies)

If you soak the anchovies in some milk before you use them, the fishy taste almost completely goes away


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RE: RECIPE: Janssen's Temptation (w/o anchovies)

i'm sorry i didn't see your response to my question earlier, ann--i appreciate you posting it! and i should have credited the recipe i use to the frugal gourmet. it can be found in its entirety in the swedish meatball thread. i think i'm going to have fun trying out some of those so thanx to everyone who posted their variations there!

Here is a link that might be useful: swedish meatballs & janssen's temptation


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