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Rice Pudding / Riskrem
Rice Pudding / Riskrem
Gelatin is an animal product, made from animal bones and tissue.A vegetarian alternative to regular gelatin is agar-agar, a gelatin made from sea vegetables.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Gingerbread Cookies / Pepperkaker
Gingerbread Cookies / Pepperkaker
These gingerbread men and women can be hung on the Christmas tree, if you can resist eating them.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Christmas Bread / Julekake
Christmas Bread / Julekake
Christmas bread is delicious with breakfast, and it makes wonderful toast.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Sour Cream Porridge / Rømmegrøt
Sour Cream Porridge / Rømmegrøt
Sour cream porridge is one of the oldest recipes in Norway. It's always been served on special occasions, including birthdays, weddings, and baptisms.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Smoked Salmon Quiche / Røkelaksterte
Smoked Salmon Quiche / Røkelaksterte
Smoked Salmon Quiche is a favorite restaurant recipe for breakfast
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Whipped Cream Cake / Bløtkake
Whipped Cream Cake / Bløtkake
This layer cake is the most popular cake in Norway. It is often part of a holiday or family celebration or is served to company.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Fruit Soup / FruktSuppe
Fruit Soup / FruktSuppe
This dessert soup is spicy and refreshing. Try serving it cold with a dollop of low-fat or nonfat plain yogurt on top.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Beet Patties / Rødbetekarbonader
Beet Patties / Rødbetekarbonader
These patties are a vegetarian alternative to meat cakes. Make some of each to please both your meat-eating and vegetarian friends!
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Cucumber Salad / Agurksalat
Cucumber Salad / Agurksalat
Cucumber salad is eaten in all Scandinavian countries. The cucumbers must be sliced paper thin! A Norwegian cheese slicer works well for this.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Mashed Rutabagas / Kålrotstappe
Mashed Rutabagas / Kålrotstappe
Rutabagas supply a healthy dose of vitamins, minerals, and calcium. In Scandinavia it is nicknamed "swede" or the "orange of the North."
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Meatcakes / Kjøttkaker
Meatcakes / Kjøttkaker
Most Norwegians rank meatcakes as one of the country's most typical dishes.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Baked Cod / Ovnstekt Torsk
Baked Cod / Ovnstekt Torsk
Fish is served often in Norway, and is prepared in many ways. It can be baked, poached in water, fried, combined with potatoes, onions, flour into fish balls.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Boiled Potatoes / Kokte Poteter
Boiled Potatoes / Kokte Poteter
Parsley is a favorite garnish for boiled potatoes. In the summer, Norwegians grow their own parsley outside, and in winter they grow in small indoor pots.
Posted: 3/6/2011 by John Martin
Poached Salmon / Kokt Laks
Poached Salmon / Kokt Laks
Poaching is one of the easiest and most popular ways to cook fish. Poaching simply means to cook in a simmering liquid.
Posted: 10/11/2010 by John Martin
Waffles / Vafler
Waffles / Vafler
Norwegian waffle irons make heart-shaped waffles, instead of the square waffles produced by North American waffle irons.
Posted: 6/2/2010 by John Martin

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