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*AMAZING* Norwegian Meatballs (Kjottkakker) 1 T butter 1 medium onion, minced 1 & 1/2 lb ground beef 3 slices white bread 1/3 c milk 1 egg 1/4 t nutmeg 1/4 t allspice 1 t salt 1/4 t pepper Melt butter in a frying pan. Cook onions in butter until clear. Soak bread in milk. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Form meat into balls about the size of a golf ball. Melt about 1 T. butter in pan, brown meatballs on all sides. Remove from pan. Gravy 1/4 c flour 2 1/2 c beef…

I'm in the countryside outside of Oslo, #Norway right now. I just had a slice of this Blueberry Pancake Cake.. the berries are still singing in my mouth. Summer doesn't get any better than this! <3

Typical Norwegian: "får i kål". Lamb's meat, boiled with cabbage and whole pepper until fall-apart tender. Served with boiled potatoes.

chocolate cake with caramelized cookies filling

YESSSSSS!!!! My favorites when I go home to visit!

Pinnekjøtt! Norwegian christmas food, made from lamb rib, salted and dried for a long time. Steam boiled for two hours. Served with cooked potatoes and mashed swede. (Not sure it is the right word, but it said swede in the dictionary.)

Risengrynsgrøt, a type of rice porridge. Very creamy and delicious with cream, sugar and cinnamon or cardamom. At Christmas after eating a ton of turkey, bowls of risengrynsgrøt are brought out and you must eat and eat until someone finds the almond that is hidden in the pot. The winner gets a marzipan pig!!! For English translation google risgrot and you'll find some good ones.

Farikal. This is actually really good.