Typical Norwegian Food That Made From Meat

The meat-based cuisine is always inviting the appetite to eat it whenever. Therefore, we will inform some delicious and typical Norwegian food that made from meat. Norwegian society has its own way and secret ingredients in processing meat. Of course, it will be a more delicious cuisine.

Typical Norwegian Food

The following are some typical Norwegian Food That made from meat.

Kjottkaker

This dish is made from rough and large beef cuts, onion, salt, and pepper. The size is about the size of a child’s fist and usually is served with espagnol sauce. In addition, the beef is also served with potatoes, boiled peas, or cabbage and carrots.

Typical Norwegian Food

Kjottboller

Kjottboller is similar to the meatball in Sweden but Kjottboller with a rougher texture. These meatballs are served with mashed potatoes and cream sauce or Espagnole sauce.

Typical Norwegian Food

Svinekoteletter

Svinekoteletter is pork dishes. It is simply boiled and served with potatoes and fried onions or whatever vegetables are there.

Typical Norwegian Food

Svinestek

Svinestek is roast pork. It is a typical Sunday dinner and served with pickled cabbage (sweet variety of German sauerkraut), sauces, vegetables, and potatoes.

Typical Norwegian Food

Lapskaus

Lapskaus is a thick Norwegian stew of meat and potatoes. Lapskaus resembles an Irish stew in the form of minced meat, sausage or meat. Other typical ingredients are vegetables (such as carrots, onions, leeks, celery root, and rutabaga) and spices (such as salt, pepper, ginger, and herbs).

Lapskaus

Farikal

Goat meat stew is a Norwegian national dish. The preparation is simple, slice the lamb and cabbage into a pot add black pepper, salt, and wheat flour to thicken the sauce. Then, it is covered with water and boiled until the meat is very tender. Farikal is usually served with potatoes.

Stekte Polser

Stekte Polser is a fresh sausage that fried and served with vegetables, potatoes, peas, and maybe some sauce.

Typical Norwegian Food

Syltelabb

This dish is made from smoked pork and usually eaten around and before the Christmas time. The meat is eaten using hands and served as a snack. Sometimes, syltelabb is served with beetroot, mustard, and fresh bread or with flatbread. Historically, syltelabb is served with Norwegian juleol (Christmas Ale), beer, and liquor because Syltelabb is a very salty food.

syltelabb

Pinnekjott

This processed Norwegian Meat is the main dinner menu with the main ingredients of lamb or goat ribs. This dish is mostly associated with Christmas celebrations in Western Norway and become a popular food in other areas as well. The Dish is often served with a thick soup containing radish (rutabaga) and potatoes, with beer and akevitt.

Smalahove

Smalahove is a traditional dish and usually eaten around and before Christmas time. This processed Norwegian meat is made of sheep’s head. The head is boiled for about 3 hours. It is served with mashed radish (rutabaga) and potatoes.

Sodd

Sodd is a soup and a traditional Norwegian food. This soup is made from goat meat and meatball. This processed Norwegian meat is usually served with vegetables such as potatoes or carrots.

Conclusion

That was the typical Norwegian food that made from meat. Norwegian society has its own way and secret ingredients in processing meat to make the meat more delicious.

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