A dinner recipe found in a special edition of “Husmorens Kokebok” (The Housewife’s Cookbook) utgitt i 1963
This dish can be made in two different ways, either with thin slices of veal or with ground veal. The recipe calls for no boiled potaoes which must have been considered both daring and chic in Norway back in the early sixties when potatoes still was an absolute dinner staple.
A classic Norwegian dinner dish found on matprat.no
Pollock is an excellent fish, when speaking of great taste this fish is in a class of its own. Pollock steaks with onions is a delicious Norwegian everyday classic.
This recipe calls for broccoli and cherry tomatoes. When little Ted was served this as a child it was much more likely served with butter steamed carrot slices and green peas as both broccoli and cherry tomatoes was introduced to the Norwegian kitchen so late that they look a little out of place in a recipe for a classic Norwegian dish.
I still eat my pollock steaks with onion with carrots and peas, a classic is after all a classic – Ted 😉