Brunede Kartofler. The Danes eat potatoes (kartofler). Lots of them. With everything. Potatoes are a very important part of their food culture. They eat almost 70-90 kg of potatoes on average every year per person in different variations. There is a recipe you can find mostly in Denmark and is considered traditional nowadays.
Sugar-browned potatoes are traditionally paired with roast meat but they’re actually a side dish that can pair with anything. Boiled until fork-tender, then peeled and fried in brown sugar and butter until they get their brown color, sugar brown potatoes are a treat so delicious (although a bit heavy on the calorie scale) that everyone should at least once give in to.
The best place for caramelized potatoes in Copenhagen? We would recommend one of the Halifax Restaurants, there are currently nine of them in the Danish capital, the most central being in Nørrebro and Larsbjørnsstræde. At Halifax, the whole concept is the unification of a wide range of quality burgers (and of course caramelized potatoes) with good service and atmosphere. Judging by the number of its restaurants and its regular customers the combination has succeeded. More