When it comes to Norwegian cuisine you will often find it is the spoils of the hunter that is often the meal with more natural desserts than other European countries. This also means some of these recipes are no longer consumed in the ways the original recipes told, but rather more updated recipes that include more herbs and spices. But all of these foods you are about to see are at least based on traditional Norwegian recipes…

 


 

Original Kumla

Original Kumla

Original Kumla

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Traditional Krumkake

Traditional Krumkake

Traditional Krumkake

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Traditional Lutefisk

Traditional Lutefisk

Traditional Lutefisk

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Norwegian Almond Cake

Norwegian Almond Cake

Norwegian Almond Cake

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Traditional Fårikål

Traditional Fårikål

Traditional Fårikål

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Norwegian Christmas Cookies

Norwegian Christmas Cookies

Norwegian Christmas Cookies

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Traditional kjøttkaker

Traditional kjøttkaker

Traditional kjøttkaker

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Traditional Bløtkake

Traditional Bløtkake

Traditional Bløtkake

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Traditional Norwegian Sodd

Traditional Norwegian Sodd

Traditional Norwegian Sodd

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Traditional Smultringer

Traditional Smultringer

Traditional Smultringer

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