Lefse Turning Sticks


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On 11/23/2021 at 8:32 AM, Chestnut said:

Ken some days I can't tell if your joking or not...:lol:

Potato Lefse is a Norwegian flatbread made from Riced potatoes, flour, butter, and cream. It's cooked on a circular flat griddle. I don't have the recipe but I'll try and get it and share it.

There is a more traditional version that is made with just flour eggs and buttermilk. Once made it can be stored without refrigeration for 6 months and was used by Vikings during sea voyages as food. It's commonly eaten with Lutefisk, but now is eaten with butter and sugar, jelly, or eggs and ham.

How do we place an order? :)

My aunt used to make this but unfortunately she passed many years ago. When I was little this was a staple for us during the holidays a little butter and sugar , and mm good

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On 12/3/2021 at 8:58 AM, Mark J said:

When you and Coop are ready to do the cross-cultural culinary experiment of lefse and tomato gravy let me know.  I'll be a volunteer taste tester.  

We are having tomato gravy, homemade biscuits and bacon for breakfast in the morning. It probably is not good after freezing or I would send you some. 

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