Easy Baked White Fish Fillets in Cream and Leek Sauce

So easy to make and a great way of eating more fish is this tasty baked white fish fillet dinner recipe. According to Norwegian health advice we should all eat fish at least 2-3 times a week. Let's get started! Icy and clean waters and the cold air has made Norwegian seafood world class. No wonder we have a lot of fish in our diet. But there are a fair share of great fish mongers in London too....

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Norwegian Cod Recipes – Skrei in 3 ways

The Norwegian Fishermen's Grannies were all adamant that there was only one way to cook Skrei; as Skreimølje, which is poached and served with liver and roe together with boiled potatoes. Meanwhile... we have done some research and here we present to you three ways of cooking the Norwegian Cod, served no less than the feast it is. You can see all about the Granny's and the Norwegian Cod Feast we...

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Chicken Soup to warm you up on a cold January day

This chicken soup, made from scratch is really easy to make. And apparently a good chicken soup can strengthen your immunsystem and chase away those winter flus. There are few things as deliciously soothing - and here is our best recipe! I've been having a cold all last week with no voice and in general not feeling great. So this chicken soup was a much needed remedy on my road to recovery. For...

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Danish Roasted Pork by Kell Skött

The Danish version of roast pork, 'Flæskesteg' is considered to be one of Denmark's national dishes. The pork is prepared with crackling, it is also a favourite for the Danish Christmas dinner served on Christmas Eve, on the 24 December. We asked our favourite Danish chef how he would cook it. Kell Skött is the chef known from the newly opened danish eatery in London, Snaps & Rye. The cuisine...

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Cheesy Autumn Mushrooms, with tagliatelle and poached egg

As Autumn arrives - so does exciting ingredients, such as ripe fruit, fresh game and fragrant mushrooms. This pasta dish is easy and quick to make. Organically grown mushrooms are healthy too, packed with vitamin and help strengthen your immune system - and it tastes of Autumn! Every Autumn we go mushroom picking. And we are especially looking for chanterelle 'the gold of the forest' which...

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Nordic Winter Vegetable Soup Recipe

As soon as Autumn arrives we turn our attention to root vegetables, that can be cooked or left raw, it can make the most delicious oven-baked fries and it can also be made into a mash, pureed into smoothies and soups, or sliced thinly and added to salads. Or chopped into dices for the most tasty, healthy and easy to make dinner! A root vegetable soup is quick to make and a great way of making...

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Norwegian Fish Pie the kids will love – Easy recipe

Nothing reminds me more about my childhood than my mums homemade fish pie. It was a great way of using left overs as well as making us kids eat that dreaded white fish... Served with sweet carrot salad, boiled potatoes and melted butter it will be the kids favourite dinner! 'What's for dinner' they ask when you pick them up from school. Yes, what's fo dinner? Not a clue, and too hungry to think...

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‘Flesk og duppe’ a Norwegian traditional food recipe, a’la Hellstrøm

Norwegian traditional food recipes are simple, easy to make and great for families. One popular and well known dish is 'Flesk og duppe', directly translated meaning bacon and sauce. Cooked from scratch and served with vegetables this dish is both nutritious and tasty. And there's no fancy and hard to source ingredients. Our favourite 'Flesk og duppe' recipe is this one, from Eyvind Hellstrøm....

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Rare beef on rye with egg and pickles from Snaps & Rye

We recently went to the new Scandinavian restaurant, Snaps & Rye in Notting Hill -for a weekend lunch in London with the family. After enjoying a lovely meal we were cheeky enough to ask for a recipe for our series of recipes, ideas for quick and easy family dinner ideas. And here are their contributions, Danish style of course! Based on the traditional Danish dish of “Pariserbof”, this is a...

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Recipe of the week: Red Pepper and Beetroot Soup -by Fika in London

This soup taste as good at it looks! It is a perfect warming and filling lunch or dinner for those ice cold winter days. And a great way to make the kids eat beetroot, a deep red, juicy vegetable, super-charged with powerful nutrients! We got in touch with our friends over at the cool and cosy Scandinavian restaurant Fika, to ask if they could share their favourite recipe (easy and extremely...

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