|Lefse adds a pinch of sugar, for browning, and some cream for a moister dough and also is cooked on a dry griddle||It's wonderful to eat plain with a little butter or you can spread it with jam|
|My husband was born and raised in Ireland, and there, they call this farl||one thing to note, depending on how wet your potatoes are, you should adjust your flour accordingly|
Working in batches, cook potato bread in hot pan, turning once until golden brown, 4 to 5 minutes per side.
|I made it because it is so similar to the Norwegian Lefse recipe there is one on this site that I make and I was curious||one of my favorites alterteration|
|This recipe is a treat and because you don't roll it so thin, it's much easier to make||I make this exact recipe, altho I like abit of green onion and garlic sprinkled in mine|
Knead dough lightly and roll dough out to about 1cm thick.29
|Tip If you are using leftover cold potatoes, melt butter before mixing it in||Turn dough out onto a lightly floured work surface|
|YUM - 11 Mar 2016 I made this recipe or one exactly like this just before Thanksgiving 2014|
I rolled some of the dough paper thin, like we do for lefse, and it was identical.