Traditional Norwegian Pea Soup / Tradisjonell Ertesuppe

A traditional Norwegian dinner recipe from matprat.no162_ertesuppe_post_thumb[2]

Traditional pea soup cooked on a pork knuckle is nice, solid, Norwegian country fare suitable year round for both casual and formal occasions. Traditionally always served with pancakes with blueberry jam for dessert.

Of all the different traditional dishes I grew up with (both my parents’ families came from the countryside), this is one of my absolute favourites – Ted

000_recipe_eng_flagg Recipe in English  000_recipe_nor_flagg Oppskrift på norsk

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Jerusalem Artichoke Soup a la 1814 / Jordskokksuppe a la 1814

A 1814 Norwegian Constitution Jubilee recipe found at allers.no0112_jordskokksuppe_post
Jerusalem artichoke was a fairly common vegetable in Norway before the potato arrived. Potatoes became popular in the 1800s and then Jerusalem artichoke became less common. Today Jerusalem artichoke has regained its popularity, and it is well suited for soup.


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