Svele (also called lapper) is a Norwegian batter based cake on sour milk, that by size and texture may bear some resemblance to American pancakes. Svele in Norway is usually eaten as ‘fika’ and would often be served in a informal setting, usually together with coffee.
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.
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. Read more