Barley Cordial Soup / Byggryns Saftsuppe

A traitional Norwegian sweet soup recipe found on bygdekvinnelaget.no
Barley Cordial Soup / Byggryns Saftsuppe

A nourishing and hearty soup. Often used both before or after the main course during the week in Norway in the old days.

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Somerset Chicken / Somersetkylling

An English chicken recipe found in “Fjærfe på Menyen”
(Poultry on the Menu) published by
Den Norske Bokklubben in 1984
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The Christmas Recipes – Part 4

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Christmas Kisses / Julekyss
Christmas Kisses / Julekyss

Prune Porridge / Sviskegrøt
Prune Porridge / Sviskegrøt

Rustic French Honey Cake / Rustikk Fransk Honningkake

A classic French cake recipe found on food52.com
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This cake is only slightly sweet. It is a cake that answers the age old question, “Is it ok to put a slab of butter on my cake?” with a definitive yes. The cake is great in the afternoon with an espresso and if it is a Saturday you might even attempt an armagnac, cognac or a sweet walnut liqueur. If you just can’t help yourself you could also add another 1/8 cup of honey.

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Sweet and Sour Fillet of Pork / Svinefilet i Sursøt Saus

A dinner recipe found in “Svinekjøtt” (Pork) published by
Hjemmets Kokebokklubb in 1980

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I guess every country got their own version  of the sweet and sour sauce. In this recipe you learn how the make the Norwegian version – Ted

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Sixteenth Century Orange Chicken / Appelsinkylling fra det Sekstende Århundre

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This recipe was adapted from “A housewife’s Kitchen Guide” published in 1594! The sauce is slightly sweet, but very good.

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Chicken Soup with Leeks / Hønsesuppe med Purre

A classic soup recipe found in “Mat For Alle Årstider”
(Food For All seasons) published by Det Beste in 1977

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It is said that this Scottish soup derives from the times when cockfights were popular. The cock who lost, was used for stock along with leeks. Prunes have been added at a later date.

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Constitutional Dessert / Grunnlovsdessert

A classic Norwegian early 1800s dessert recipe
found on matprat.no
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Constitutional Dessert is a delightful combination of tart rhubarb, sweet prunes and a soft vanilla cream. The recipe is from 1814, the year the Norwegian Constitution was signed. Last year when the 200th anniversary was celebrated, a lot of foodies both amateurs and professionals developed an interest in recipes from the early 1800s.

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Prune Porridge / Sviskegrøt

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Prune Porridge has long traditions as dessert for the big occasions in Norway and not least when it comes to Christmas Eve dinner.

Prunes are still a win-win commodity, available everywhere at a cheap price. And most know the prunes blessings beyond as serving as a very nice sweet treat.

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Old-fashioned Prune Dessert / Gammeldags Sviskedessert

A traditional Norwegian desert recipe found on prior.no

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