The Lunch Menu
I love a good lunch. Personally I’m not so into eating leftovers from yesterdays dinner, but warm food is always better. There’s lots of my recipes that works as great for lunch as for dinner. In Norway most people would still eat their bread and brown cheese, but I’ve been changed by my American influence in life.
This is THE Burger. I am very sure this would tingle everyone who loves a perfect burger. That first bite where you get your jaw out of place because you can’t get a full bite. The second bite where you hit the bacon mixed in the perfect blend of vegetables, cheese, meat and toasted hamburger bread! ENJOY!
If you should be so lucky that you have leftovers from dinner, there is nothing better than a day old fried potatoball for lunch. You will need a meat grinder for this recipe!
This must be the most classic Saturday lunch for Norwegians. And it basically makes itself. You only have to boil rice and add milk. Then leave it in the oven for an hour at low heat.
If you come to Norway you will find commercials for this everywhere. Often related with trolls and fairy tale stories.
This is a simple and quick meal to make. It’s best served with fresh herbs and mozzarella. They are huge and delicious!
I would eat this as a late night snack. Quick and easy to make. Smells amazing, and sound glorified when you take a bite of the crunchy bread. You’d be amazed too.
One of my favorites during lunch time at my high school years, became a holy goods when eating short time after going out of the oven at the bakery. Still today I cannot resist going by the baker when they have 12 Øres lunch sale.
Nothing beats a simple and easy Italian pizza. Thin pizza, with tomato sauce, fresh basil and mozzarella. If you feel ambitious add some real Parma ham. Baked on a pizza stone for a few minutes. Italia in one bite!
[post-views] Story This is my inheritance, my soul, and passion. I’m born and raised in Kristiansand where I believe you find the best Sørlandskompe, or south Norwegian potatoball. This is cheap to make, filling, and you could...
Rice porridge is a must have for many Norwegians on a Saturday for lunch. But it’s eaten by many all through the week. I’ll fill you up and keep your hunger in check for several hours.
Traditional Norwegian lunch would usually contain some kind of bread with cheese, eggs or some sugar filled paste. These rolls is in the high end of that scale and would be best with fresh boiled eggs, tomatoes and cucumber.
A burger that takes time to make, but that meets every expectation. A little bit spicy, peppered, filled with cheese and fresh cut salad. The twist with cucumber, corn and carrots really makes this on stand out from the crowd.
Grilled cheese sandwich is a delicious night time treat. Great with whole wheat bread or carrot bread. I know it’s a sin to treat the Italian ham with heat, but I like it this way, and I’m sure you’d do the same.
StoryNorwegians love their bread in the morning and as their last meal of the day. We eat it almost every day for lunch as well. Therefore, I can promise you that we love bread. This bread is one of my recipes. It has...