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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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Mozzarella Steak with sauce and spicy potatoes. Score 59%

Mozzarella Steak with sauce and spicy potatoes.

Mozzarella, basil and tenderloin steak is on my favorite ingredients list. I’ve combined them all into a delicious extra special recipe for someone you would show some extra appreciation. It will take you close to 45 minutes to make and about 3 minutes to eat up!

I’ve added my special steak sauce with brandy and fresh cut basil. Creamed and peppered to combine with the steak, cheese and of course. My very special ChefNorway’s Spicy potatoes. This version of my spicy potato recipe doesn’t include all the spices as normal because the recipe itself contains many supplementing tastes. The flavors should be well balanced and then I hope you will enjoy this recipe as much as I do!

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Norwegian Christmas Rib Score 77%

Norwegian Christmas Rib

Crispy pork that smells amazing. Combined with medister, sausages, and potatoes. It’s a feast many Norwegians would eat daily 2 weeks from Cristmast day and up to their final traditional Christmas eve dinner. It must be that delicious right?

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Norwegian Marble Cake

Simple and delicious cake. The two combinations with chocolate sponge and vanilla sponge makes it great. In primary school classes was this always the first recipe they would start off with. It’s so easy that the least culinary kids would get a good experience out of baking this.

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Troll Cream Score 67%

Troll Cream

Troll Cream is no dessert for kids, It’s bitter lingonberry flavor gives it an adult touch. It’s really quick to make, but you might have to check out IKEA to find the lingonberries. Substitute the lingonberry with Blackberry and you’d get a much more “friendly” dessert, and ingredients wont be hard to find. Great dessert if you want to try something different!

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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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