Frozen – Authentic Norwegian Foods

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Welcome to our stop on the amazing Frozen Blog Hop.   Be sure to check out all the Fabulous Frozen Posts!.

Would you like to dine like Anna and Elsa?   What kind of food would they have eaten?   We decided to test our cooking skills on these traditional Norwegian dishes.

Breakfast

Frozen - Norway - 2For breakfast we found Norwegian Pancakes on AllRecipes.com.Frozen - Norway - 1

Frozen - Norway - 7The simple ingredients are 3 Eggs, 1 ½ cups milk, 1 cup flour, ¼ teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon sugar, couple drops of vanilla.

Combine all ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth.

Heat a skillet over medium heat and coat with butter or spray.   Add batter to the skillet and tilt pan to just coat the bottom.   Pour out any excess.   Cook until the top looks dry, around 30 seconds.   Flip to cook the other side, again a few seconds will do to brown the other side.   Remove and serve with jam or cream cheese filling.  We also liked adding a bit of whipped cream to top it off.

Find the complete recipe here:   http://allrecipes.com/recipe/norwegian-pancakes—pannekaken/

Lunch

Frozen - Norway - 6For our lunch we decided to try a Seafood Bisque. We found this great site http://www.norway-hei.com/ with traditional Norwegian recipes. And although we used the recipe as a guideline, we also tweaked it a bit to fit our needs.

Frozen - Norway - 3We used Smoked Salmon (which we purchased while on our Disney Alaskan cruise) and Salad shrimp. Because both were ready to eat, we didn’t have to worry about cooking them. We also added about 2 ounces of cream cheese just to sweeten it up. It’s an easy recipe and even if  you add more or less of any of the ingredients, it will most likely turn out just fine.   We loved ours.

Find the complete recipe here:  http://www.norway-hei.com/seafood-bisque.html

 

 

Do you have a favorite Norwegian dish?

Now it’s time to hop and check out some of the other great ways to add Frozen into your day.

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  • Oh my goodness they both sound delicious. I will definitely give them a try!! Thanks!

  • YUMMY! I know my daughter would LOVE those pancakes. We must try them! Fun post!

  • These look great Sean!! Adding them to Pinterest so we can try them out. Thanks for sharing!!

  • I think we need to have a Frozen themed dinner here!! Those look delicious!

  • We must try to make the pancakes! I think my kids would love them!

  • Those pancakes sound scrumptious!

  • Love that they’re super easy to make. That’s always a plus when trying new things.

  • Some really great food recipes, I love the Seafood Bisque 😉

  • I’m not a big fan of seafood bisque, but that pancake looks delightful!

  • Such yummy treats! Personally, anything with Jarlsberg cheese floats my Norwegian boat. (But boy, that crepe looks good!!)

  • I don’t do seafood, but those pancakes sure look yummy! I’m thinking a mixture of jam & cream cheese would be perfect.

  • Those pancakes look yummy! Can these be ordered at the Norway pavilion at Epcot?

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