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Mandabears, you have made me one happy Norwegian! I'm in a state where if you even say lefse, they look at you like you have three heads. Of course, they also eat noodles on their mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving... I'm from a state where you can find lefse in any grocery store around the holiday season and it just doesn't seem like Thanksgiving without it. I will have lefse this Thanksgiving! Thank you so much for sharing. Oh, one tip for anyone without a lefse stick who tries to make this--don't roll it quite so thin and then roll it around your rolling pin and place it in your griddle. This worked pretty well for me.

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Melody Pond 1 November 23, 2009

If you are without a lefse stick, take a fresh wooden stick from the paint store and smooth it down with sandpaper on all edges and round off the top. Fleet Farm, and Target have griddles and sticks now so you can get one. Maybe even Amazon. We are very serious Lefse makers in Minnesota and do not usually use sugar on our lefse! I have a recipe with sugar in the mix which is delicious too. Hungry Jack potatoe mix is the best for making lefse--careful with the moisture in it.

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Marykaye03 December 07, 2015
Hungry Jack Lefse