A recipe for delicious small cookies tasting of cognac found on melk.no
Having a hard time finding out what to give to someone for Christmas? Why not give away an edible gift? Bake these cookies and put them in a nice box and decorate with pretty red silk ribbon. Nice to give and nice to get!
Fill the house with the smell of Christmas with these tasty crescents with spices like cardamom. cinnamon, cloves and fresh clementines. They will give you the Christmas atmosphere, and will guaranteed be a hit at Christmas.
A recipe for Christmas cookies that has been baked in Norway in over 100 years found on mills.no
Serina cookies are small and round with pattern made with a fork and decorated with chopped almonds and nib sugar. Serina cookies are a must among the classic seven sorts for very many Norwegians and have been baked in Norway for over 100 years. The recipe makes about 60 cookies.
The recipe for one of the really classic Norwegian Christmas cookie found on mills.no
Berlin wreaths are a real Norwegian Christmas classic and are for many a must for Christmas! In my childhood home they were always one of the seven sorts of cookies my mother baked for Christmas. The cakes are small and crispy, with a beautiful sweet taste that almost melts on the tongue – Ted
A classic cake recipe foubd in “Mat for Alle” (Food for Everyone) Published by Tiden Norske Forlag in 1985
This type of Norwegian Christmas cake is a strange phenomenon, as we really bake it all year long. It is largely for sale in the stores all year too. And we call it Christmas cake whenever we eat it. It is mostly served either with just butter, or with butter and brown cheese. The name is so incorporated in people my age’s everyday speech that I do not think we really remember that the name really has to do with Christmas.
A salmon dish for the Christmas buffet found on kiwi.no
Salmon has a natural place at Christmas for many Norwegians. Either served traditionally with cucumber salad, sliced carrots, sour cream and boiled potatoes on Christmas Eve, or as an appetizer or part of the Christmas buffet like here.
An old Norwegian Christmas classic found on mills.no
These classic Norwegian tea cakes are closely related to Italian biscotti. They are crispy in consistency and common flavours include lemon, almond, ginger, cinnamon and vanilla. Many people prefer to dip the cakes in coffee or tea, and they are usually baked for different occasions throughout the year, but specially for Christmas. The recipe gives about 60 cakes.