Classic Swedish Meatballs Recipe | Savor The Thyme
My grandmother cooked the classics from both American and German cuisine. One recipe I remember fondly was Swedish Meatballs served over egg noodles.
EPLEPAI, A NORWEGIAN APPLE CAKE - GÂTEAU NORVÉGIEN AUX POMMES
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Norwegian Porridge (Risgrøt) | Pickled Plum Food And Drinks
Norwegian Porridge (Risgrøt) With Dried Cranberries - Healthy comfort food for breakfast! Gluten free
Norwegian Lefse - Potato Pancakes With Butter & Cinnamon Sugar
Making lefses properly takes some skill and to aid there are special tools like pastry cloths and a ridged rolling pins. Experienced lefse makers can roll them out large, to the size of a dinner plate with the dough thin enough to read through. Alas, my lefse skills are more in the eating domain and I could only do smaller ones at about 10-12cm in diameter but they were still a hit at home with Mr NQN and his brother. I decided to play around with my Sigma macro lens to capture my favourite…
Norwegian Lefse or Potatoe Cakes Recipe
We've enjoyed this traditional Norwegian Lefse or Potatoe Cakes recipe in my family for years! They're simple and delicious and the perfect way to use up those leftover mashed potatoes from Thanksgiving dinner!
Fiskesuppe (Norwegian Cod and Root Vegetable Chowder)
When making this creamy fish stew, feel free to substitute mahimahi, salmon, scallops, or shrimp for the cod.
Norwegian Almond Cake
A light almond cake with a rich custard topping. Not a pretty cake, but never met a person who didn't like it. However, be careful - not all the ingredients are good for the waistline.
My mother and grandmother used to make lapskaus. It has been years since I've had it. So glad I found your blog! thanks for the lovely blog about Lapskaus....i learned about Lapskaus from my Dad, who cooked it regularly, although i don't think he put turnips in it, and he used canned corned beef for…
These meatballs are a favorite around our area. On May 17, Norwegian Independence Day, many people serve them with a mashed rutabaga and potato dish. So this recipe is both delicious and very traditional.
Norwegian Sweet Soup (Sot Suppe)
Use any combination of mix dried fruit (ingredient #5, below). I used a combination of dried apricots, apples, and prunes. The starch in the tapioca helps to thicken this soup. I recommend large pearl tapioca, but a smaller tapioca would also work.
Norwegian pancakes (pannekaker)
If you are thoroughly swamped and trying to make your way through 5.42 quadrillion deadlines before you take a winter holiday, say ‘aye.’ Yeah, that’s what I thought. Me too. I…