Syltelabber, Pickled Pig’s Feet (Norwegian)
pig’s feet, salt, baking soda, water
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 fresh bread or with lefse or flatbread. Historically syltelabb is served with the traditional Norwegian juleøl (English: Christmas Ale), beer and liquor (like aquavit). This is because Syltelabb is very salty food. The Norwegian word syltelabb, consists of the two words sylte …
Created Jan. 15, 2017 by: eemia21
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Norwegian Christmas is experienced best with real Norwegian Christmas foods.