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Food in Norway

Sep, 28 || 1 Comment | Tags: ,

Norway is known for its excellent preparations of fresh produce, especially fish. You can find smoked salmon, gravlaks (salted salmon) and trout in most restaurants, but you can eat a wide variety of fresh fish such as cod, catfish and halibut. Herring and shellfish are also very popular – try a bag of fresh shrimp direct from the fisherman’s boat with an ice cold beer, served right on the keys!
If you like meat, should not leave Norway without having tasted the flesh of reindeer, elk, deer or grouse. Serve it with a cream sauce – and if you add a glass of red wine quality, get a meal for everyone.

Devise cooking classes if you enjoy cooking yourself

Goat milk cheese prepared in a certain way (brunost) is a Norwegian specialty. This kind of cheese brown, sweet, is not known outside the country, but Norwegians of all ages adore her. Dried or smoked meat (spekemat) as ham and dried sausages is a very popular summer dish in Norway. Spekemat usually served with a slice thickness of a wafer crisp bread (another Norwegian specialty), with cream and scrambled eggs and falls always better if accompanied by a good Norwegian beer or a glass or two of aquavit.

In recent years, several Norwegian chefs have won international awards at prestigious culinary competitions. They have contributed to raising standards Norwegian restaurants and develop a modern cuisine based on traditional Norwegian products.

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