Lutefisk as Served in Norway / Tradisjonell Lutefisk

Lutefisk as traditionally served in Norway from godfisk.no
Lutefisk as Served in Norway / Tradisjonell Lutefisk

Lutefisk served with stewed peas, crisp bacon and potatoes is Norwegian tradition at its best. Some want brown cheese, golden syrup or mustard as well, the lutefisk has many friends.

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9 thoughts on “Lutefisk as Served in Norway / Tradisjonell Lutefisk

  1. disperser says:

    I thought you were going to do nothing but desserts until Xmas.

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  2. Ingrid says:

    Lutefisk is an aquired taste I guess 😉

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  3. Dr. Dave Severson says:

    You should gradually get used to the fish. Put a gob of mashed potatoes in a lefse, then add a small portion of lutefisk and melted butter. Wrap it up and eat it like a burrito.

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    • tidiousted says:

      Absolutely not a bad idea 🙂 Should one be brave enough to try ‘rakefisk’ which is an even scarier kind of fish dish from Norway one should do the same. A little ‘rakefisk’, a little chopped cold potatoes, a little chopped pickled beets, a little chopped onion and a little sour and wrap it all in a lefse. It is the way we eat it in my family.

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    • Ingrid says:

      Dr. Dave Severson, that’s actually a brilliant idea! 🙂

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