lutfisk (Norwegian) (Swedish)

stockfish, lye

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 of lutefisk during the Christmas season.

Traditional lutefisk is made from stockfish that receives a lengthy treatment before cooking. After drying, the fish is reconstituted in cold water for a week, then soaked in a lye solution for several more days.…

Created Jan. 16, 2017 by: eemia21

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