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Traditional Norwegian food / Norwegian cuisine


Some typical Norwegian dishes 

Resturants serving Norwegian food in Oslo

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Some typical Norwegian dishes: 


Smoked salmon

Smoked salmon can be cooked many ways, but is often served with bread, eggs or different kinds of sauces.  



Fish soup / fiskesuppe

Fish soup / fiskesuppe: This soup is milk based. It contains different kind of seafood and vegetables such as onions, potoatoes, and carrots.  



Smalahove (a sheeps head)

Smalahove (sheeps head) is a traditional meal that is made from the head of a sheep. It is salted, smoked, and boiled for a very long time. Originally the smalahove was eaten by the poor, but today it is considered a delicacy. 




Lutefisk is a traditional christmas meal for many Nordic countries. It is made from dried cod or klippfisk.




Large meat balls served with potatoes, sauce, cranberry jam and vegetables of the season.




Lefse is a traditional soft, Norwegian flatbread. Lefse is made out of potato, milk or cream (or sometimes lard) and flour, and cooked on a griddle. Special tools are available for lefse baking, including long wooden turning sticks and special rolling pins with deep grooves. 



Brunost is made by boiling a mixture of milk, cream and whey carefully for several hours so that the water evaporates. The heat turns the milk sugar into caramel which gives the cheese its characteristic taste.



Traditional Norwegian food resturants


Links to some resturants serving typical Norwegian food in Oslo:




Oslo Spiseforretning

Gamle Raadhus Restaurant

Engebret Café

Grand Café

Stortorvets Gjestgiveri


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