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Thick Lefse

Lefse is one of the more famous Norwegian foods known around the world. Lefse is also quite different depending what town you visit, or even what home recipe you’re tasting. There’s sweet, salty, thin, thick, and lefse made with different basic ingredients like potatoes or flour. Served with lots of different fillings as well. This recipe will show the most basic and popular one. Thick lefse with a lefse butter. It’s the kind my grandmother made. Norwegian lefse is a big part of a Norwegian’s childhood and they’ll eat lefse often until their last breath.

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Lamb & Cabbage Score 46%

Lamb & Cabbage

Truth be told this is a very traditional dish in Norway. It’s like a few of the strange fish traditions where there’s suppose to be served with akvavit. It’s a flavored spirit that is principally produced in Scandinavia, where it has been produced since the 15th century. This to remove the cabbage taste. But then again there’s people who like cabbage!

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ChefNorway’s Norwegian Toast

This recipe is very similar to French toast, but in Norway we call them “arme riddere”. This translates to “brave knights” But it’s also served more as an evening snack than breakfast.

After I married an American girl I’ve understood that this kind of toast is far better as breakfast.

I’ve worked a couple of years to find my own recipe and measurements. And I think you’ll be very satisfied with this recipe.

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