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    old norweigan recipe it's either silbal or solbal

    froggy43906
    Mon Aug 15, 2005 7:43 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    this recipe has herring , potatoes, flour something something, and you mix it together and make it into balls and boiling them in salt water
    stormylee
    Mon Aug 15, 2005 9:02 am
    Forum Host
    Is it sildball? Found a few recipes (like http://www.matoppskrift.no/sider/oppskrift18253.asp) but none in English - hopefully someone comes along and knows more Norwegian than I do! icon_confused.gif I could make a few educated guesses based on Swedish but not enough of them, I'm afraid.
    ~Leslie~
    Tue May 15, 2007 6:06 pm
    Forum Host
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    Sildball
    Wed Mar 30, 2011 2:41 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    250 gr utvatna spekesildfiletar
    500 gr rå poteter
    250 gr kokte poteter
    1 stk løk, medium størrelse
    0,5 ts pepar
    5 ss grynmjøl
    Sildball
    250 g salt herring fillets (placed in water to reduce salt,for some hours)
    500 grams of raw potatoes
    250 g boiled potatoes
    1 pc onion, medium size
    0.5 tsp pepper
    5 tablespoons rice flour

    Procedure:
    Template herring, potatoes and onion. Stir in the rest. Form of farce to the ball and put him in boiling, unsalted water. Attract approx. 1 1 / 4 hour. Serve with potatoes, turnips and fried bacon. (If you have a rib fat, it is good to.)

    Retrieved from Vestlandsmat by Solfrid Rørlien Saue. Published with permission from the Norwegian Samlaget
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    lotusland
    Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:08 pm
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    My friend used to make something called: Pault, or Polt. It was grated raw potatoes, squeezed dry, with a piece of side pork in the middle and boiled. Then sliced and served. Anyone ever hear of that? She was Sweadish. Lotus.
    stormylee
    Mon Oct 03, 2011 3:22 am
    Forum Host
    lotusland wrote:
    My friend used to make something called: Pault, or Polt. It was grated raw potatoes, squeezed dry, with a piece of side pork in the middle and boiled. Then sliced and served. Anyone ever hear of that? She was Sweadish. Lotus.


    Hi there lotusland! wave.gif Here are a few potato klub/palt recipes!

    http://www.food.com/recipe/potet-potato-klub-387894
    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/norwegian-potato-klub/detail.aspx
    http://jsweb.yuku.com/topic/1058/Receipe-Pault-Or-Klub#.Tolin9RJTIE

    HTH. I've never had paltar myself, but they sound wonderfully hearty and homey! yummy.gif
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