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Five odd Norwegian delicacies you might think twice about trying
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Nothing brings people together like a good dinner and if a traditional Norwegian meal doesn't kill you, it might just make you a little bit happier.

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musikk til videoer Most of the dishes date back to age of the Vikings and will probably be considered a little bizarre to people outside Norway - you be the judge.

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kamera i bilen Lutefisk is a dried cod that has been soaked in a lye solution for several days in order to rehydrate the fish, which is left with a very distinct odour. 

bjerget 25 til salgs After soaking, the cod is rinsed and afterwards it is baked or boiled and then served with salt, pepper and butter. In many homes, the Lutefisk is the Norwegian equivalent of a Christmas Turkey – only with a slightly different aroma.

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fagerborg kirke mandag 12 desember Syltelabb is a traditional Norwegian dish and has been considered a delicacy since the first half of the 1900s. Back then the dish was typically served on Sundays and at Christmas time. Today, the delicacy is mainly eaten around Christmas.

svart ninja kostyme The dish consists of boiled, salted and cured pig's trotter and is traditionally served with beet-root, mustard and fresh bread. Syltelabb is very salty and is therefore often served with at Christmas ale or a strong spirit called aquavit to tone down the saltiness (or the taste).

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havabbor i indre oslofjord Smalahove is another traditional Norwegian dish that is usually eaten around Christmas and consists of… a sheep's head.

sparket kim andre pors The first step in preparing the dish is to remove the brain of the sheep and then torch the fleece and skin. Afterwards, the head is salted and dried and then boiled for 3 hours. After boiling, the head is ready to be served with mashed potatoes and turnips.

finn andresen drammen In some regions, the brain is left inside the skull while being prepared. After cooking, the brain is then scooped out and eaten with a spoon…

nydelig kalve middag The origins of this, to some, rather bizarre dish are still largely unknown. However, in earlier days the wealthier part of the Norwegian population enjoyed the fine parts of the sheep, while the not so rich were left with the not so fine pieces of meat – including the head.

nydelig strand kreta In order to make it more edible, the head was prepared in various ways with whatever was available and somewhere along the way it turned into Smalahove as we know it today.

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g letter themes download Ram's testicles… Do you prefer them boiled or fried? Værballer is yet another dish that might make you think twice about tasting local specialities in Norway.

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bedre wifi dekning In its traditional form, Norwegian cuisine is largely based on ingredients readily available in nature, which includes elk.

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billionaires tv series A very treasured part of the elk is the tongue, which Norwegians particularly like fried or boiled and with a bit of blueberry or parsley sauce. Another tasty part is the moose heart, which is considered a true delicacy when it has been smoked.

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