Wednesday, December 26, 2012


It was always a tradition in my family to make lefse in the days leading up to Christmas.  Lefse is a Scandinavian flatbread made from riced potatoes.  When rolled out it is very similar to a tortilla in appearance and we use it very much like a tortilla to hold roast pork, butter, cinnamon and sugar, and honey.  My favorite combination of filling is the roast pork and honey with plenty of real butter.  Since beginning our family, Wingnut and I have carried on the tradition and our children very much look forward to lefse day.

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1 comment:

Natalie said...

What's the recipe? Sounds good!