Swedish Hash (pytt i panna) with potatoes, onions, and ham. If translated literally pytt i panna means teeny pieces in a pan. Pyttipanna is usually served with inlagda rödbetor (pickled beetroot) and a fried egg or a raw egg yolk sitting in its shell in the middle of the dish. It is the addition of egg and pickled beetroot that really elevates this to something special. During the hard times and depression, this dish was commonly called “poormans dish”.
Storage: Frozen product, stored at -18°C or lower. Should not be frozen again after defrosted.
Meat origin: Europe
Manufactured in: Sweden
Nutritional value per 100g
4.4 g Protein
16 g Carbohydrates
9 g Fat
|– Sugar||1.8 g|
|– Saturated fat||4 g|
Potatoes (rapeseed oil, glucose, salt), onions, sausages (pork * and beef * (55%), water, potato flour, lard *, salt, spices, onions, stabilizer E450, ascorbic acid, preservative E250, smoke flavor), beef * (beef (88%), water, potato flour, salt, stabilizer E450), pork (pork * (76%), potato flour, salt, modified starch, antioxidant E300, spices, preservatives E250), sugar, salt, spices (bl .a paprika), lemon juice. Meat: 17%. * Origin: EU.
From Frozen. Air fry in 170 degrees for 10-12 minutes. Stir gently 2-3 times throughout the cooking process for even browning. Preferably served with a fried egg, Lingonberry Jam, and pickled cucumber.
Heat up some food grease in the pan. Pour the frozen hash into the pan and fry on medium heat for about 6 minutes. Stir every now and then. Preferably served with a fried egg, Lingonberry Jam, and pickled cucumber.
Pour the frozen Swedish hash into a microwave-safe plate or in a bowl and add a couple of tablespoons of water. Heat at full power (750W) for about 5 minutes. Preferably served with a fried egg, Lingonberry Jam, and pickled cucumber.
Shelf life: 365 day
Gross weight: 760g
Net weight: 750g