Select Page

Veiled Peasant Girls

Veiled Peasant Girls

Veiled Peasant Girls

Veiled Peasant Girls is the royal dessert of the kingdom of Norway. I don’t see many making this dessert at home, but do read about it whenever the royals invite the ministers for a special dinner.

Print Recipe

Veiled Peasant Girls Video

Why it got the name “Veiled Peasant Girls” I really don’t know, but my granddad remembers having it as a child. So if you want to end your meal like a real king or queen, this is what I recommend. Also quite easy to make milk free for allergic people.

Print Recipe

Veiled Peasant Girls is the royal dessert of the kingdom of Norway. I don’t see many making this dessert at home, but do read about it whenever the royals invite the ministers for a special dinner.

It’s classic Norwegian ingredients. How they would make a dessert out of leftover breadcrumbs from cutting bread for breakfast. To using the “ugly” apples for a sweet apple jam.

It takes about 30 minutes to make and you can prepare it hours in advanced. Why it got the name “Veiled Peasant Girls” I really don’t know, but my granddad remembers having it as a child.

So if you want to end your meal like a real king or queen, this is what I recommend.

 

I have also tried to make this dessert milk free. (lactose and milk protein free) I subbed heavy cream with soya cream, and used allergy free chocolate. Tasted very similar, and was very good as well!

Directions

  1. Peel the apples and dice the apples
  2. Add apples, water and sugar to a casserole
  3. Bring the mix slowly to a boil, and keep it boiling until it has gotten a jam like consistence
  4. Pour it into a bowl and put it in the fridge to cool down.
  5. Melt butter in a frying pan
  6. Add sugar, cinnamon and breadcrumbs. and stir this mixture for 30 seconds.

Decorate

Decorate in this order: Whipped cream, apple jam, whipped cream, apple jam, whipped cream, bread crumbs, chocolate and mint leaves on top.

Difficulty

Medium

You can easily make the dessert, but it needs your attention.

Servings

8

Preparation Time

10 minutes

Cooking Time

15-30 minutes

Great dessert, best served fresh with warm apple jam, but good cold as well.

Thomas Haarr

ChefNorway

I would love if you make this recipe and tell me, and everyone who visit
how much you love it!

Want your Comment

About The Author

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Ukens matblogger: ChefNorway - […] oppskrift på tilslørte bondepiker er helt fantastisk, og lages alltid når butikkene fylles opp med norske […]

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares
Share This