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Bergensk brødkake

Bergensk brødkake

MER NÆRINGSRIKT: Ifølge ernæringsfysiolog Camilla Andersen er grove vafler, laget på grovt mel, egg og melk, mer næringsrikt enn grove brødskiver.

MER NÆRINGSRIKT: Ifølge ernæringsfysiolog Camilla Andersen er grove vafler, laget på grovt mel, egg og melk, mer næringsrikt enn grove brødskiver.

Rabarbrapai

Rabarbrapai

Grovbrød (coarse bread)

Grovbrød (coarse bread)

Roast ribs of mutton (pinnekjøtt)

Roast ribs of mutton (pinnekjøtt)

Herringburgers (sildekaker)

Herringburgers (sildekaker)

Supergod rabarbrakake/eplekake, av MinMiddag.no

Supergod rabarbrakake/eplekake, av MinMiddag.no

A Recipe for Norwegian Fish Cakes and a Backyard BBQ/Norwegian Seafood Giveaway

A Recipe for Norwegian Fish Cakes

A Recipe for Norwegian Fish Cakes and a Backyard BBQ/Norwegian Seafood Giveaway

Sheephead (smalahove)   Western Norwegian traditional dish made from a sheep's head, originally eaten before Christmas.[1] The name of the dish comes from the combination of the Norwegian words hove and smale. Hove is a dialectal form of hovud, meaning head, and smale is one word for sheep.[2][3] The skin and fleece of the head is torched, The head is boiled or steamed for about three hours and served with mashed rutabaga and potatoes. It is also traditionally served with aqua vitae.[4]

Sheephead (smalahove) Western Norwegian traditional dish made from a sheep's head, originally eaten before Christmas.[1] The name of the dish comes from the combination of the Norwegian words hove and smale. Hove is a dialectal form of hovud, meaning head, and smale is one word for sheep.[2][3] The skin and fleece of the head is torched, The head is boiled or steamed for about three hours and served with mashed rutabaga and potatoes. It is also traditionally served with aqua vitae.[4]

Prince's cake (fyrstekake)

Prince's cake (fyrstekake)

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