This is adapted from a food blog recipe I found. I eat lots of salmon and I am posting this here for safekeeping. I know these flavors are some of my favorites for salmon, and I think this would be good on the grill, or in the oven too.
This is quick, easy and delicious! It could be made bite sized for an appetizer, or "roll-sized" to accompany any meal. You can use any cheese that you would like, but I would suggest a strong flavored cheese.
Also add onions, garlic, herbs, or anything you would like for extra flavor! I think it would be delicious with a sharp cheddar and jalapenos!
Fried bananas are a popular snack food or dessert in Thailand. They are often made with a batter, but this is a quick and easy batterless method!
Yummy as a dessert with ice cream and chocolate syrup, or plain as a snack anytime!
This is one of my favorite dishes at my local Thai restaurant, so I went looking for a similar recipe online. This is a combination of several that I found. You can make this as spicy or mild as you like and it still will be full of flavor! You can use Tofu or Chicken or a combination of the two. Do use Thai Basil or Holy Basil if you can get it, otherwise any fresh basil will be delicious!
Easy! Quick to Make! Delicious! What more could you ask for in a dish?
This could be a light main dish, or a side. You can leave out the chicken, add more or different veggies, make it spicier, or less spicy. Make it your own!
This is like a Norwegian omelet or fritatta. Great for any time of the day, or even for an appetizer. Add any cheeses, veggies, sausage or herbs that you would like. Found on Sons of Norway site. Posted for ZWT9
This is just a good Norwegian "Home Cooking" recipe that I found on a Norwegian blog. There are many variations, so use what you like and have on hand. I love this recipe because it is a great use of leftover fish!
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These rolls flavored with cardamom are beloved in Norway. They are served for breakfast, lunch, snacks and dessert. They are available all over Norway, both with and without raisins. They are served with both savory and sweet dishes, or all by themselves. Posted for ZWT9