Norwegian Cuisine

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In Norway, traditionally, brunost is sliced and added on top of freshly baked waffles. Brunost is a tan-coloured whey cheese with a distinctive caramel flavour. It is a family of cheese-related foods made with whey, milk, and/or cream.

06:45PM August 14, 2018 - by: itisclaudio

Fårikål, mutton stew

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The national dish of Norway. Very simple preparation: cabbage and mutton is layered in a big pot along with black peppercorns, salt (and, in some recipes, wheat flour to thicken the sauce), covered with water and simmered until …

01:59PM January 15, 2017 - by: eemia21

Poor Man's Cookies

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It is also known as "poor man's cookies," which cookies made of eggs, sugar, butter, heavy cream, cardamom, sugar, and the optional cognac or brandy, and then fried instead of baked. Often cut into diamond and bow shapes, …

03:47AM February 24, 2017 - by: anika854

Kjøttkaker, meat cakes

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Roughly the size of a child's fist. Generally served with sauce espagnol (Kjøttkakesaus or Brunsaus in Norwegian). Potatoes, stewed peas or cabbage and carrots are served on the side. Many like to use a jam of lingonberries as …

01:38PM January 15, 2017 - by: eemia21

Kransekage, Kransekake

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Kransekake is a traditional Danish (kransekage) and Norwegian (kransekake/tårnkake (tower cake)) confection, usually eaten on special occasions such as weddings, baptisms, Christmas, or New Year's Eve.

02:44AM April 16, 2017 - by: anika854

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Krumkake is a Norwegian waffle cookie made of flour, butter, eggs, sugar, and cream. Like Italian pizzelle, a special decorative two-sided iron griddle, or the Sicilian cannolo, or similar to a waffle iron, is traditionally used to bake …

01:31AM May 26, 2017 - by: anika854

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Lefse is a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread. It is made with potatoes, flour, butter, and milk or cream. It is cooked on a large, flat griddle. Special tools are used to prepare lefse, including long wooden turning sticks …

01:44AM May 26, 2017 - by: anika854

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This special Norwegian dish has a peculiar place on Christmas tables. Its pecularity is not limited to its cooking timing but its unique taste that you either love it or hate it. Despite this, Norwegians consume a lot …

01:15AM January 16, 2017 - by: eemia21

Pinnekjøtt

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Pinnekjøtt is one of the must-have traditional Norwegian Christmas dishes. It is made from ribs of lamb or mutton that has been salted and dried, and so it has a very strong flavour. Pinnekjøtt directly translates into “stick …

12:44AM January 16, 2017 - by: eemia21

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Norwegian fish dish made from trout or sometimes char, salted and fermented for two to three months, or even up to a year, then eaten without cooking. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R…

03:55PM January 22, 2017 - by: eemia21

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Rosette Cookies (Swedish Struva, Norwegian Rosettbakkels) are thin, cookie-like deep-fried pastry of Scandinavian origin. Rosettes are crispy and typified by their lacy pattern. Rosettes are traditionally made during Christmas time. Rosette recipes are popular in the United States …

06:58AM May 06, 2020 - by: atasneem

Smalehovud, Skjelte

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Smalahove is a traditional dish, usually eaten around and before Christmas time, made from a sheep's head. The skin and fleece of the head is torched, the brain removed, and the head is salted, sometimes smoked, and dried. …

02:18PM January 15, 2017 - by: eemia21

Traditional Norwegian Sodd

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Sodd is a traditional Norwegian soup-like meal with mutton and meatballs. Usually vegetables such as potatoes and/or carrots also are included. It is often a part of festive activities, such as weddings, in the middle parts of Norway …

02:23PM January 15, 2017 - by: eemia21

pork chops

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Pork chops, simply braised and served with potatoes and fried onions or whatever vegetables are available. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N…

01:45PM January 15, 2017 - by: eemia21

Syltelabber, Pickled Pig’s Feet

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Syltelabb is a Norwegian traditional dish, usually eaten around and before Christmas time, made from boiled, salt-cured pig’s trotter. They are traditionally eaten using one’s fingers, as a snack food. They are sometimes served with beetroot, mustard and …

02:09PM January 15, 2017 - by: eemia21