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Hardanger Lefse Recipe

Hardanger Lefse Recipe

Hardanger Lefse Recipe. Rice the potatoes in a ricer. Add 2 cups of flour.

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When writing in norwegian, lefse is singular, lefser is plural. Place the lefse on a damp towel to cool slightly and then cover with a damp towel until ready to serve. A quick note on language:

Bake The “Lefse” On A Griddle Or In A Dry Frying Pan.

Add butter, cream, and salt. You need a very hot surface to properly cook the lefse. Often nicknamed 'the norwegian pancake', lefse is a traditional norwegian flat bread, soft, made of potatoes, milk or fresh cream, and flour, all baked on a hot plate.

Use A Pastry Blender To Cut The Flour Into The Chilled Potatoes, Or Vigorously Knead The Flour In Until You Have A Smooth Dough.

Step 1, mix as given, adding the flour the last and just enough for a medium dough that can be rolled very thin and baked on a lefse or electric grill. When writing in norwegian, lefse is singular, lefser is plural. This recipe makes approximately 12 lefse.

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View all recipes | view my recipes Preheat the lefse griddle to 350 degrees. A quick note on language:

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Add 2 cups of flour. (may depend on your grill) pull only one. Oops, that recipe can't be found.

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Pour the potatoes into a large bowl and refrigerate. Some bakers put the potatoes through the ricer twice. Place the lefse on a damp towel to cool slightly and then cover with a damp towel until ready to serve.

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