How to use Lefse in a sentence
Lefse griddles are used to cook a mixture of water, potatoes, and other simple ingredients to create a crepe-like food based on Norwegian cooking.
Lefse is the Norwegian version of a tortilla.
Lefse griddles typically come in 16" in diameter sizes and have temperature settings ranging from 100 to 500 degrees.
Since Lefse dough is delicate, Lefse griddle kits come with sticks to make the transfer easier and so the dough won't split by the time it reaches the grille.
The Lefse griddle, which you can get with an aluminum or Teflon plating.Advertisement
If you purchase the Lefse griddle from Lefse Time you have the option of switching out the types of plating and rollers and even selecting not to opt for certain tools.
At Lefse Time, you have the option of purchasing the beginners kit or any of the accessories separately.
Since everyone who loves Lefse makes it differently, you can also view some of the more popular Lefse recipes on the website.
Check out the Lefse Store for kits and other unique items to make shapes from Lefse.
If you just want to taste the Lefse, then you can order pre-made Lefse patties that can be shipped to anywhere directly from the website.Advertisement
About two pounds of potatoes will make enough riced potatoes for the basic Lefse griddle recipe.
Mix in the rest of the ingredients and ensure the flour is completely absorbed before kneading the Lefse dough about 10 times.
Using a 1/3 measuring cup, scoop the Lefse dough and pack it into the cup.
This will make 12" patties, but you can adjust the size of the patties by adding more or less dough, depending on the diameter of your Lefse griddle.
After you prepare a Lefse recipe and roll out the dough using a rolling pin, you then place the patty on the griddle.Advertisement
Each side of the Lefse patty should cook about 30 seconds each, until you start to see bubbles form.
After you make the Lefse patties, you can add almost anything you like to the patty that suits you.
Just about any site that sells Lefse griddles has recipes on the website for your to try.
Go to All Recipes or Recipes.com and search for Lefse recipes.
While Lefse recipes don't vary too much, you may find yourself adding something to the main recipe that changes it up slightly, which will make it your own!Advertisement