A Scandinavian dinner classic found on rema.no
We associate these delicious, small frikadelles first and foremost with the Danes, but they are popular all over Scandinavia. The name, on the other hand, came via Germany, probably from Italian fritto, and refers to the frikadelles being cooked in a frying pan.
An exciting way to serve pork chops found on rema.no
There is little that can match pork chops for a lean dinner. Use high heat and do not cook the chops for too long – this way you will get a crispy outside crust, while retaining both taste and succulence in the lean meat.
A tasty side dish found on gilde.no
Purée is a nice dinner accessory, where bacon does a good job as flavoring and topping. Test out different varieties such as Jerusalem artichoke purée, pea purée or as in the recipe below – cauliflower purée.
A fresh take on an old Norwegian Classic from matprat.no
This cauliflower soup is just amazingly delicious, and if you have tasted it once, it’s going to end up on the menu again in no time. A good old fashioned dish, with a modern twist.
A quick and easy dinner recipe found on rema.no
So easy to make! Eggs and smoked salmon, a classic combination and
just as suitable for a simple family dinner as for a lazy Sunday lunch.
Simply the perfect egg recipe – finished in a few minutes.
A delicate and filling soup recipe found on kiwi.no
Let the fish simmer for a few minutes in the saucepan before serving the soup garnished with dill and lemon wedges.
This dish was very popular among the people of the upper echelon
in Norway in the seventies. As I’m in no way part of that crowd I’m
not sure if they still serve it or if other dishes with similar confusing
names are more in vogue in those circles to day
I readily admit that cauliflower is not one of my favourite vegetables, but I really think I might enjoy this tart. The cheesy sauce might just do the trick. And well, tarts are tarts, aren’t they – Ted