(Potato-White Sauce) is a traditional Danish
dish that is rarely eaten anymore, as most children find it icky.
The recipe is as follows:
Boil the potatoes as usual, then let them cool off. When cold, cut the potatoes in small pieces.
Melt the margarine in a pot and add the flour while stirring. When it is a dough-like substance, add milk slowly, while stirring. Add the potatoes carefully, and then add the parsley, as well as salt & pepper.
Serve the potato-white sauce with stewed pork, sylte/head-cheese, frikadeller/swedish meatballs, herring or medisterpølse.