My friend Bethany Zill shared these lefse recipes with me from her mother, Glenda Burtman. The first recipe is Glenda's original recipe, which contains gluten and dairy. The second recipe is one that Glenda developed to be free of gluten and dairy. The flours included in this recipe are tapioca, oat, and potato. It takes practice to be able to consistently roll out the lefse, but once you've figured out how to do it, the process is fairly simple! Watch my video to see how it's done.
Colorful, flavorful, and at its best if made ahead of time ... this traditional Swedish side dish deserves to pretty up your Thanksgiving plate as well as your Christmas menu. Red cabbage plays well with hearty winter food and keeps things simple for busy cooks.
Coming down with a cold right before the holiday season definitely put a damper on everything at our house. Thankfully this big pot of homemade chili lasted all week.
In a house where every meal is made from scratch, delicious leftovers abound. But even with a fridge full of great options, I sometimes find myself staring blankly at a fridge full of mis-matched, though delicious, odds and ends, with only 30 minutes until hungry bellies expect to be filled.
A recording of my allergy-friendly pantry tour to inspire those with allergies to tackle their own pantries, and an article from FOOD52 that is giving me lots of fun ideas about DIY Halloween candy.
When I was a kid, my mom sometimes made this Swedish yellow pea soup and it was a wonderful comfort food that felt special with the golden-yellow peas.
This week, join me at my kitchen table for a look at what's the latest in the world of Hungry Nordic. Tip: join the email subscribers list in order to be first to hear when registration opens for my webinar - I'm planning to offer a free early registration.
I've been cooking beans lots of different ways for a long time. I've settled on a base recipe and proven methods for adjusting seasonings on the fly. Watch the video below to see how I sample and adjust my pot of beans as it cooks, but first take a look at this base recipe and the specific recipe I came up with for my video.
I’m going to show you my best trick for explaining allergies to a waiter quickly - watch the video below or just read along here. If you’d like to download a whole list of ideas for how to avoid getting “hangry” while out socializing with friends, use the link down below the video.
This recipe easily adapts to be a vegan recipe, and you can watch my video to see how substituting coconut oil for butter affects the process of making the chokladbollar as well as the end result.
Making broth (or stock) from scratch is fairly easy once you've practiced and homemade broth is a great ingredient to have on hand. Keep it in your freezer - it's free of all preservatives and full of delicate flavors, so it won't keep as well as commercially available products.
This old-fashioned cereal has been a favorite in our house because it is as delicious as it is easy.
These cute little individual custards are nice and refreshing. And they are quick to mix, pour, and cook. The hardest part is waiting for them to chill! I used a sous vide hot water bath so that I didn't have to worry about burning them, but you can cook them in an oven very easily, too.
What's the best way to ensure a Thanksgiving turkey will turn out the way you expect it to? Practice cooking turkey more often than once each year. Smoked turkey happens to be just as delicious in August as in November.
Memories of picking berries in Sweden are flooding back and I CAN'T WAIT until these plants are producing berries ... so I made some cranberry sauce, which isn't quite the same, but is still really good.