The snack that gets you through Arctic winters

Some notes on Møsbrømlefse

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The basics

Traditional Norwegian lefse—a thin griddle-cooked flatbread, kind of like a crepe, usually made with potato flour—filled with brunost (caramelized goat milk, basically), syrup, milk, water, and flour. Fold it up and top it with butter, sugar, and/or sour cream. Sweet and tangy.

The intel

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