An old-fashioned recipe for Norwegian Christmas sausages found on meny.no
Making home-made Christmas sausages like these is easier than you think! With this good old-fashioned recipe you will make sausages that tastes amazing. Enjoy them even in the weeks before Christmas. You can make them well in advance, they freeze very well.
A recipe from the free booklet “Mini Kokebok – Pølser”
(Mini Cook Book – Sausages) published by the
Norwegian Meat Information Office
It’s a myth that dishes baked in the oven are harder to cook than other dishes. The fact is that once you have completed the preparation, the dish makes itself. Sausages also have the advantage that they are quickly done. As you see, you have good reasons and try cooking sausages this way.
A cookbook featuring nothing but sausage recipes is the most natural
thing here in Norway, we eat the stuff like we’re afraid they’ll all
mysteriously disappear from the shop shelves over night
Frankfurters are very popular in Norway, both among children and grownups, but they are not often served as fancy as in this recipe. It will take a little time, but it will be worth it, believe me – Ted
A couple of great hot dog topping found on matprat.no
Hot Dogs are always popular, quick to cook on the grill and with a couple of homemade toppings like the ones in this recipe and you have a sure winner. A few ice cold beers and sodas for the young ones and a mixed salad and you’ve got a complete meal.
A great idea for the hikers out there found on joker.no
When going on a hike your backpack quickly gets full and heavy, you quickly becomes aware of what the things you bring really weights. Then you may want to bring readymade packages like this. This food is great fuel for a hungry and tired body.
The girl who runs “Picture Britain” & “The Britophile Diaries” writes about this dish: “Comfort food at its best! A traditional recipe handed down to me by my Mum and her Mum before her……it was my favourite after school tea time meal & is still a firm family favourite even now! I serve mine with lashings of onion gravy and piles of fluffy & buttery mashed potatoes. I used to make mini versions of this recipe for my daughter when she was little – they make great appetizers before a Halloween/bonfire night supper or a children’s party! For the mini version, just use a small cake/pie tins or a small muffin tray and split your sausages into quarters OR use cocktail sausages. The following recipe is for 4 people served with potatoes & gravy – the recipe can easily be doubled for more people or if served by itself.”