|Place of origin||Denmark|
|Main ingredient(s)||Mashed potatoes, butter, whole milk or cream, bacon, onions|
Brændende kærlighed (English: Burning love) is a traditional Danish dish of mashed potatoes, butter, and whole milk or cream. An indent in the mashed potatoes is made to form a well into which bacon cubes that have been fried along with some sliced onions are placed. The mashed potatoes may also be topped with parsley, leek, or finely chopped nutmeg.
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- "Brændende kærlighed" (in Danish). Danish Broadcasting Corporation. 2009-10-16. Retrieved 2009-12-05.
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