Gáhkko – Sami Bread / Samisk Brød

A traditional Sami bread recipe found on mytaste.no
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Gáhkko is a traditional Sami flat bread /bread that has a faint taste of anise. Excellent, and delicious as an accessory for stews and soups, and gorgeous with any kind of cheese. There are countless recipes and ways to bake it, but the best way and what gives the bread the best flavour is to fry them in a dry frying pan on the campfire. It works just as fine to bake this bread on a griddle or in an oven as well. Some sami bakers  make them them large, some make them small.

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The Christmas Recipes – Part 23

The Christmas Recipes – Part 23

Reindeer Steak With Baked Red Cabbage & Parsnip Purée / Reinsdyrstek Med Ovnsbakt Rødkål & Pastinakkpuré

Reindeer Steak With Baked Red Cabbage & Parsnip Purée / Reinsdyrstek Med Ovnsbakt Rødkål & Pastinakkpuré

Anise Toffees / Aniskarameller

Anise Toffees / Aniskarameller

“Stompa” – Swedish Pan Fried Bread / Stekpannebröd

A quickly made Swedish pan fried bread recipe
found on
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This is a super nice pan fried bread done with baking soda. The dough do not need to rise, just roll out the dough in rounds and place in the frying pan.

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Laup – Traditional Norwegian Pastry / Laup – Tradisjonelt Bakeverk Fra Trønderlag

A traditional bun recipe from Trøndelag in Central Norway
found on ThorNews
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154_thornewsAnette Broteng Christiansen at ThorNews writes: Laup are large, flat buns baked with rye flour and anise. They originate from Trøndelag in Central Norway. It is common to eat Laup for breakfast or lunch, and it tastes perfect with traditional Norwegian Brunost (brown cheese), raspberry jam and a hot cup of tea. They are similar to Scones, but Laup has a distinct taste because of the rye flour and anise. Laup definitely tastes best fresh from the oven, but can be frozen.
      Unfortunately, the story behind these delicious buns is unknown, but they are considered traditional pastry in Trøndelag.

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Anise Toffees / Aniskarameller

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I’ve promised you lots of toffee recipes so here’s another one – Ted

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