The girl who runs “Picture Britain” & “The Britophile Diaries” writes about this dish: “Comfort food at its best! A traditional recipe handed down to me by my Mum and her Mum before her……it was my favourite after school tea time meal & is still a firm family favourite even now! I serve mine with lashings of onion gravy and piles of fluffy & buttery mashed potatoes. I used to make mini versions of this recipe for my daughter when she was little – they make great appetizers before a Halloween/bonfire night supper or a children’s party! For the mini version, just use a small cake/pie tins or a small muffin tray and split your sausages into quarters OR use cocktail sausages. The following recipe is for 4 people served with potatoes & gravy – the recipe can easily be doubled for more people or if served by itself.”
A quick and easy recipe for some great tasting cookies found on milk.no
Have a hard time finding what to give to the hostess when invited for a New Year’s party? Why not give away an edible gift? Bake these cookies and put them in a nice box and tie with pretty red silk ribbon. Nice to give away and nice to receive!
A recipe for a delicious vegetable soup from “Sauser Og Supper” (Sauces And Soups) published by Hjemmets Kokebokklubb in 1980
The fine green leaves of radishes tastes almost as much as the fresh red radish roots. Do not throw the leaves, but use them with other vegetables in soups. In this soup we have used leaves from two bunches of radishes. Some fresh radish roots can be finely chopped and put in the hot soup before serving.
A recipe for stuffed fried or deep fried fish from “Fisk Og Skalldyr” (Fish And Shellfish) published by Hjemmets Kokebokklubb in 1980
Since we have been scarfing candies, cakes, fat foods and fatter sauces and vein sealing deserts for nearly a week now, I thought it was time to post some lighter food. But let’s start a little softly shall we, for example with some deep fried stuffed fish 😉
Well, the hot spicy apple drink concluded my 30 days of Christmas recipe posts, the rest of my collection of season recipes will have to wait till next year and I’ll probably find a lot more before then. The only thing that remain now is to wish you all
I’ll be spending a few days with family and friends now and regular posting will start again in a couple of days. Take care all of you wherever you are – Ted
A spicy yellow alcohol free Christmassy hot drink from dinmat.no
This spicy apple drink is perhaps a little more time consuming than boiling mulled wine from the bottle, but so delicious! Christmas spices and a little lemon ads a Christmassy taste to it all. This is a version without alcohol, but you can add a splash of white wine, dark rum or aquavit in the glasses before pouring the hot apple juice if you want the drink to have a bit more bite.
A quick version of a traditional Norwegian Christmas dessert found on rimi.no
Troll Cream is a classic dessert that is going to be on the table in many Norwegian homes on Christmas Eve. Here you have a very quick way to make the dessert should you be to short of time to make it the traditional way.
Make your own shots for Christmas, this one is flavoured with wormwood, star anise and pomegranate seeds. Simple and delicious and with this recipe it’ll be finished for Christmas eve. If you start right now that is 😉
A juicy Norwegian Christmas cake found on matprat.no
Norwegians like mould baked cakes of all kinds so it’s no surprise that lots of these cakes has become part of our traditional Christmas baking. And should you have many egg whites left over after another type of baking it is a good idea to bake a silver cake.