Rice Patties made with Porridge Leftovers / Rislapper av Risgrøt

A recipe for delicious rice patties found on mills.no
Rice Patties made with Porridge Leftovers / Rislapper av Risgrøt

There is no reason to throw away the remains of the rice porridge, because tit can be transformed into these lovely rice patties. Make them for breakfast or an evening meal and server with your favorite spread. The recipe makes about 12 patties.

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Swedish Hash / Svensk Pytt i Panna

The recipe for a classic Swedish lunch dish
found on
thespruce.comSwedish Hash / Svensk Pytt i Panna

For best results, try to dice the potatoes, onion, and leftover meat into uniform 1/4-inch pieces. The potatoes should be drained of any water and patted dry before cooking.

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Stuffed Rolls / Fylte Rundstykker

A quick recipe found in  “Mat for Travle” (Food for People in a Hury) utgitt av Hjemmets Kokebokklubb i 1982
Stuffed Rolls / Fylte Rundstykker

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Shepard’s Pie /Gjeterpai

A recipe from “Meats for Men” published by
Tested Recipe Institute in 1954
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In early cookery books, the dish was a means of using leftover roasted meat of any kind, and the pie dish was lined with mashed potato as well as having a mashed potato crust on top.

The term “shepherd’s pie” did not appear until 1877, and since then it has been used synonymously with “cottage pie”, regardless of whether the principal ingredient was beef or mutton. Folk etymology has led to the term “shepherd’s pie” being used when the meat is lamb, as shepherds are concerned with sheep and not cattle..

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Norwegian Hash / Pytt I Panne

A recipe from “Lørdagskos” (Saturday Snacks) published by Dreyer in 1967

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Originally this dish was made from left over meat and potatoes, but in my childhood home it was so popular that we didn’t always wait for any leftovers to be available. We often had this as a late Saturday lunch back in the sixties. I make it still from time to time, particularly at my week end cottage outside Oslo, it’s fast, easy to make and can be varied infinitely  – Ted

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