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Norwegian Fish Cakes (Fiskekaker)

As a gift to you all i will share my family’s “secret” fish cake recipe. My family eat fish cakes at least once a week. Fish cakes is very kid friendly. First of all it is important to use fresh fish, frozen fish will lose some of the starch that will keep the cakes together. […]

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a picture of pinnekjøtt made of a rib of kid goat

Pinnekjøtt – Make Norwegian “Stick Meat” from scratch

Pinnekjøtt is a traditional Norwegian Christmas dish typical to Western parts of Norway, but is now popular in other regions as well. Traditionally Pinnekjøtt is made from ribs of lamb or mutton which has been either salted and dried or salted, smoked and dried. Pinnekjøtt is literally translated as “Stick Meat”. This is for the birch […]

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Cooking salted meat, raspeball, sausage, sweed mash on an old wooden stove.

Salted meat (salt kjøtt)

Salt kjøtt or salted meat is often eaten with raspeball and swede purée or with a onion sauce and potatos. I recommend trying it with raspeball and swede purée if it’s your first time eating this Norwegian classic. All you need to make this recipe is meat and salt. This is how you make salt kjøtt Ingredients: 1 kg […]

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Picture of a plate of raspeball, sausage, sweed mash toppet with bacon served on an old wooden table in an old norwegian wooden hut.

Norwegian Potato Dumplings (Raspeball)

Raspeball is a traditional Norwegian dish and is often eaten on thursdays during the colder months of the year. Raspeball, also known in some areas as potato dumplings, klubb, ball, komle, kløbb, kumle, kompe, kumper, raspeboller, kløbber, kloter and raspekake. We have many names for the things we love. There are also many different recipes and ways […]

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An open sandwich with lettus and many slices of fenalar

Making Fenalår – Cured leg of a lamb

Fenalår a Norwegian specialty is a salted, dried and cured leg of lamb or young mutton. Curing time is normally around three months. In the past the drying process could be from one to six years in storehouse. If you only have tasted the fenalår you can buy in the Norwegian convenience store, which is […]

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