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Scandinavians sometimes top this velvety soup with sour cream.
Tomatoes stuffed with a combination of apples, celery, and blue cheese.
The variety of vegetables makes a pretty platter.
If chanterelle mushrooms are available in your area, they are excellant in this soup.
Purchase herring fillets in wine sauce at a specialty shop or supermarket.
Green peas, seasoned with dill and topped with cheese.
This exceptionally good when you use Scandinavian beer. In a pinch you can use German beer.
Pork, pickled cabbage, and prunes - who but the Danes would put them together?
If using salted salmon it can be purchased at a delicatessen.
Make this creamy soup with last night's potatoes and serve it steaming hot in mugs.
I grew up eatting lutefisk and this is my grandmas' lutefisk recipe. Most Norwegians serve their lutefisk with melted butter.
A hearty Norwegian stew
Norwegians like their pancakes served hot with butter and jelly, or butter and sugar.
Lingonberries are quite popular in Norway, however if you have problems finding them you can substitute any other berry.
My mom was from Norway and she always made lefse every Christmas. This is her recipe for this tasty dessert.
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