KNEKKEBRØD & LAPSKAUS
Multi-seed Crispbread & Norwegian Vegetable Stew
Norwegian everyday classics for your breakfast and dinner table
“Quick and healthy” is very often an oxymoron in reality but not in the case of knekkebrød…
These Norwegian multi-seed crispbreads are famous for packing a ton of fiber, vitamins, and minerals and being popular among children and adults alike. Top them with cheese, sliced peppers or cucumbers, jam, or even peanut butter and you can start your day in good conscience!
I’ll show you how ridiculously easy it is to make these crackers and the versatility with which you can enjoy them. Add them to a cheese tray for an evening special treat, crumble them into lapskaus, or slather them with butter and serve them alongside your favorite soup or stew… These will go quickly!
Here’s what we’ll be cooking together:
Knekkebrød (Multi-seeded crispbread)
Lapskaus (Norwegian vegetable stew)
Sauerkraut (the secret incredient to a flavorful stew)
Plus I will give you variations of these dishes so you can play around with different flavors and textures!
Lapskaus… a perfect dinner for a busy weeknight
Besides being simple to make, lapskaus is a stew typically made from leftover meat and vegetables. It has a long tradition in Norway of being a very popular and common dinner that is flavorful and satisfying. A perfect meal to serve during the hectic work week!
Filled with delicious root vegetables that happen to be in season right now, lapksaus might just become your new staple in your weekly diet!
Make a big batch and freeze it so you’ll always have a flavorful and nutritious meal on hand when you are short on both time and creativity!
Once you purchase…
Access comes with photos of the finished dishes for inspiration, as well as some fun behind-the-scenes shots!
Once you register…
Access also includes photos of the finished dishes for inspiration, as well as some fun behind-the-scenes shots of the prep in the kitchen!
Sunny is a professionally trained chef and wine consultant with over 15 years of experience in the food and wine industry. She had her own catering company for seven years, and today she is a vegan food blogger with a special focus on Norwegian cuisine.
A certified holistic health coach specializing in plant-based nutrition, Sunny loves cooking with whole, plant-based foods that are in season and supporting local farmers.