Norwegian

  • Norwegian potato lefse

    Norwegian Potato Lefse Recipe (With Video)

    Silvia

    Ever since I was a little kid Norwegian lefse has been one of my favorite foods, especially when it’s filled with butter and sugar to make kling. And I’m certainly not alone in my love for lefse. Lefse is a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread made with flour, butter, cream and sometimes potatoes. Potato lefse is not quite as common in Norway these days, but it is still very beloved in certain regions, with recipes passed down through generations. Potato lefse takes a bit more effort to make than the more popular wheat versions, but I think potato lefse is well…

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  • 17 Traditional Norwegian Recipes

    Silvia

    I first started this blog by working my way through Den Rutete Kokeboken, a classic Norwegian cookbook first published in 1980. This cookbook is full of traditional Norwegian recipes, and still today you’ll find this cookbook in many Norwegian kitchens. I love classic Norwegian food, and so today I’m sharing…

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  • 7 Easy Norwegian Recipes

    Silvia

    I’ve shared a lot of Norwegian recipes here, and while I love them all, there are definitely some that I make more often than others. While I do enjoy diving into a long, multi step recipe like Sarah Bernhardt cookies, when I’m short on time (or energy) there are some…

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  • Norwegian Apple Kringle

    Silvia

    Norwegians are incredibly proud of their apples, so it’s no surprise they have lots of incredible apple desserts. Norwegian apple cake is one of the most popular cakes here, A kringle (also called klippekrans) is a yeast based pastry filled with cinnamon sugar, sort of like a wreath of connected cinnamon buns. In…

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  • Eplekake (Norwegian Apple Cake)

    Silvia

    Norwegians love cake, which is no surprise considering how many incredible Norwegian cakes there are. I’ve shared my favorite Norwegian cakes here. But perhaps the most popular every occasion cake in Norway is eplekake, or Norwegian apple cake. Eplekake is quick and easy to make, and sweet enough to serve…

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  • 17 Most Delicious Scandinavian Desserts

    Silvia

    Norway famously has the longest Easter public holiday in the world, which is kind of funny considering most of the country is pretty secular. No, Norwegians aren’t using their time off to go to church. They’re heading to their mountain cabins! Easter is a huge ski holiday in Norway and…

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