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Risengrynsgrøt, a type of rice porridge. Very creamy and delicious with cream, sugar and cinnamon or cardamom. At Christmas after eating a ton of turkey, bowls of risengrynsgrøt are brought out and you must eat and eat until someone finds the almond that is hidden in the pot. The winner gets a marzipan pig!!! For English translation google risgrot and you'll find some good ones.

Risengrynsgrøt, a type of rice porridge. Very creamy and delicious with cream, sugar and cinnamon or cardamom.

RISGRØT recipe, traditional to Norway.  I loved this for breakfast. My mother and her side of the family are 100% Norwegian.

Creamy and white, this authentic rice porridge recipe is used by Norwegians throughout the country, year round. At Christmas, there is a SINGLE Almond put in the Pot(& prize for finding it). *Porridge may also be topped w/Raspberry Sauce.

Risengrynsgrøt/Risgrøt

Norwegian Porridge With Dried Cranberries

Creamy Norwegian Porridge Recipe with honey, dried cranberries, cinnamon and butter. Deliciously sweet, salty and satisfying. The perfect comfort food!

Glogg Recipe | SAVEUR

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Glogg Recipe | SAVEUR

Rømmegrøt – a traditional Norwegian dish, a sour cream(rømme) porridge(grøt) typically eaten on Christmas Eve. I make it every year; it is one of our holiday traditions. I would say though it is delicious to serve any time during the cold winter months.

Rømmegrøt – a traditional Norwegian dish, a sour cream(rømme) porridge(grøt) typically eaten on Christmas Eve. I make it every year; it is one of our holiday traditions. I would say though it is delicious to serve any time during the cold winter months.

Norwegian Risgrøt Rice Porridge / The Modern Proper

Norwegian Risgrøt Rice Porridge

This traditional Norwegian rice porridge is known as risgrøt. It is a slightly sweet, heart-warming dish that usually appears on the eve of Christmas day. A family tradition that we simply adore.

Lefse. A Norwegian tradition served with butter & cinnamon sugar. A tradition in every Norwegian home!

A Minnesota favorite. A Norwegian tradition served with butter sugar.of course! we make it every year

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