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Chickpea flour frittata: The perfect brunch dish

Chickpea flour frittata: The perfect brunch dish

Among all the many wonderful plant-based alternatives to eggs, chickpea flour is perhaps the most amazing one. Chickpeas on its own is a high fiber legume, which helps heart health, regulate blood pressure levels, stabilize blood sugar, lower inflammation, improve...

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Horn: Norwegian crescent rolls

Horn: Norwegian crescent rolls

Norwegians love to bake, and while all countries have their own versions of pretty much any dish in existence, I don't think there's anything quite like Norwegian "horn".  The closest would probably be crescent rolls but I will refer to them as "horns" for the rest of...

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Polarbrød; Scandinavia’s pita bread

Polarbrød; Scandinavia’s pita bread

In January most people are swearing off bread and other carb laden foods, but that doesn't have to include healthy, whole grain breads such as polarbrød. These fluffy, pillowy creations have been popular for quite a few years as an alternative to the traditional,...

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A Mackerel-less spread perfect for your smorgasbord

A Mackerel-less spread perfect for your smorgasbord

I've been speaking of and writing a lot about baking, cookies and cakes around the holidays as being a very big Norwegian tradition.  But what about the savory dishes? Don't they get any love? Of course. In fact, this time of year, long, leisurely breakfasts we call...

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Recreate a Norwegian breakfast or lunch with rundstykker

What is 'rundstykker'? These 'round pieces' (=rundstykke) of bread are buns made with various cereals and grains, and are popular all throughout the Nordic countries, particularly in Norway and Denmark.   As bread lovers, Scandinavians love to play around with...

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Leverpostei; another Norwegian classic reinvented

Leverpostei; another Norwegian classic reinvented

Liver pate, or leverpostei, is as common in Norway as smoked salmon, the brown cheese and that caviar that comes in a tube when it comes to spreads for open face sandwiches Norwegians eat for breakfast and lunch.  Every kid grew up eating leverpostei, perhaps with...

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