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Pai, terte, quiche. Kjært barn har mange navn. Denne har mye god smak av bacon og purre. Og ikke la deg skremme av paibunnen, mener Lise Finckenhagen – det er bare å sette i gang!

Pai med bacon og purre (Foto: Tone G.

Multekrem is a traditional Norwegian dessert, made by mixing cloudberries with whipped cream and sugar. The cloudberries can be served as is or heated. It is common to serve the Multekrem with Krumkake or Kransekake. Multekrem is also a traditional Norwegian Christmas dinner dessert.

Multekrem is a traditional Norwegian dessert, made by mixing cloudberries with whipped cream and sugar. The cloudberries can be served as is or heated. It is common to serve the Multekrem with Krumkake or Kransekake. Multekrem is also a traditional Norweg

Raspeball (in Norwegian)

This is probably one of the most famous norwegian dishes there is. Every place their own name them. Every family their own way of serving them. "Komler" is most common along the coast line, but.

Sjømat :: Marlenes oppskrifter  Makrell med sitron og dill

Sjømat :: Marlenes oppskrifter Makrell med sitron og dill

#frabloggerne - her får du det siste fra de beste norske matbloggerne: lisevonkrogh - Sommerdessert – Rabarbra- og bringebærkrem - Godt.no -...

#frabloggerne - her får du det siste fra de beste norske matbloggerne: lisevonkrogh - Sommerdessert – Rabarbra- og bringebærkrem - Godt.no -...

Veiled Norwegian Bondepiker (farmer girls) is a traditional dessert that always taste wonderful. - Recipe here: http://www.melk.no/oppskrifter/dessert-ost/frukt-baer/tilslorte-bondepiker-fra-stange-gjestegard/

Veiled Norwegian Bondepiker (farmer girls) is a traditional dessert. We always made this dessert when I was growing up.

Putt grønnsakene i ovnen mens du dekker på og steker fisken. #fisk #oppskrift

Putt grønnsakene i ovnen mens du dekker på og steker fisken.

Norwegian 'Lapper' or thick lefse tast delicious with raw stirred berries or jam and sour creme (rømme). Here they being fried on a griddle - Recipe here: http://www.melk.no/oppskrifter/frokost-kvelds/melkeretter-groter/lapper/ | From THE ESSENCE OF THE GOOD LIFE™ -   http://www.pinterest.com/ConceptDesigner/ - https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Essence-of-the-Good-Life/367136923392157

Norwegian 'Lapper' or thick lefse tast delicious with raw stirred berries or jam and sour creme (rømme). Here they being fried on a griddle

Jordbærcurd (Strawberry Curd) | Det søte liv (Norwegian recipe)

I should try this - I'm sure it would be great as topping for pannacotta - or maybe with some Italian meringue