Joulupöytä

Pikkujoulu (Little Christmas)traditional Finnish Christmas meal
Joulupöytä (translated "Yule table") is the traditional assortment of foods served at Christmas in Finland, similar to the Swedish julbord.wikipedia
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Lutefisk

lutfiskboiled codfish
Fish is also served (often lutefisk and gravlax), and the ham is served with laatikkos, casseroles made with swede, potato and carrot, occasionally liver. Lipeäkala with melted butter and white sauce
It is traditionally part of the Norwegian julebord and Swedish julbord, as well as the similar Finnish joulupöytä.

Rosolli

Rosolli (salad from boiled beetroots, carrots, potatoes, apples and pickled cucumber. It's sometimes served with herring.)
In Finnish cuisine, rosolli is a bound salad eaten mostly as a cold side dish, in particular as part of the traditional Finnish Christmas meal.

Yule

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Joulupöytä (translated "Yule table") is the traditional assortment of foods served at Christmas in Finland, similar to the Swedish julbord.

Christmas

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Joulupöytä (translated "Yule table") is the traditional assortment of foods served at Christmas in Finland, similar to the Swedish julbord.

Finland

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Joulupöytä (translated "Yule table") is the traditional assortment of foods served at Christmas in Finland, similar to the Swedish julbord.

Smörgåsbord

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Joulupöytä (translated "Yule table") is the traditional assortment of foods served at Christmas in Finland, similar to the Swedish julbord.

Ham

dry-cured hamsmoked hamdry-cured
The main dish is usually a large Christmas ham, which is eaten with mustard or bread along with the other dishes.

Mustard (condiment)

mustardhoney mustardhot mustard
The main dish is usually a large Christmas ham, which is eaten with mustard or bread along with the other dishes. Christmas ham with mustard

Gravlax

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Fish is also served (often lutefisk and gravlax), and the ham is served with laatikkos, casseroles made with swede, potato and carrot, occasionally liver. Gravlax and lavaret, often served with chopped red onion and sour cream

Mulled wine

GlühweinGluhwine (mulled wine)Glögg
The traditional Christmas beverage is either alcoholic or non-alcoholic mulled wine (glögi in Finnish).

Finnish language

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The traditional Christmas beverage is either alcoholic or non-alcoholic mulled wine (glögi in Finnish).

Christmas ham

hamónjamónjulskinka
Christmas ham with mustard

Karelian hot pot

Karelian stewKarelian Stew/Hot Pot
Karelian stew (not served everywhere in Finland)

Béchamel sauce

white saucebéchamelbechamel
Lipeäkala with melted butter and white sauce

Coregonus lavaretus

common whitefishwhitefishcommon whitefish complex
Gravlax and lavaret, often served with chopped red onion and sour cream

Red onion

red onionsOniononion, red
Gravlax and lavaret, often served with chopped red onion and sour cream

Sour cream

soured creamculturedgräddfil
Gravlax and lavaret, often served with chopped red onion and sour cream

Pickled herring

bismarck herringpickledBaltic herring
Pickled herring in various forms (tomato, mustard, matjes or onion sauces)

Casserole

CasserolesMediterranean Goat CasserolePots
Potato casserole (sweetened or not, depending on the region and preference)

Imelletty perunalaatikko

sweetenedsweetened potato casserole
Potato casserole (sweetened or not, depending on the region and preference)

Potato

potatoesSolanum tuberosumIrish potatoes
Boiled potatoes

Sauce

saucesmother saucecream sauce
Various sauces

Schnapps

schnapspeppermint schnappspeach schnapps
Schnapps such as Koskenkorva Viina as an appetizer

Koskenkorva Viina

Koskenkorva
Schnapps such as Koskenkorva Viina as an appetizer