It doesn't come easier than this!
We love them fresh out of the oven with a little honey or butter on them.
Fish balls are one of the many ways in which Icelanders like to cook fish.
It is usually served as an appetizer, sliced thinly and accompanied by Hovmästarsås.(MUSTARD AND DILL SAUCE)
Fresh lemon flavours are the signatures of this dish.
Little lamb chops are coated in breadcrumbs and simply fried. Serve with braised red cabbage and buttered potatoes for an easy dinner party dish.
In Finland, these are eaten at breakfast or lunch.
Swedish-Norwegian potato dumplings. Serve with lots of butter and sour cream.
A Nordic twist on the classic Prawn Cocktail.
Useful for anyone researching Norwegian manners, etiquette, values and wanting to understand the people better.
Norwegian Christmas Cabbage is essentially a kind of sweet and sour sauerkraut, spiced with caraway seeds.
Very easy and versatile. Serve rolled like a crêpe with syrup or jam. Can also be a dessert stuffed with a sweetened cream cheese.
This is a traditional Norwegian main dish best eaten with fresh peas. They're even better the second day sliced and fried in butter until golden brown.
Traditional Norwegian Potato Lefsa that's usually reserved for holiday meals.
Deliciously easy to cook, low in fat and packed with protein – this curry is the perfect solution for a midweek meal!