Making Lefse?

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Lefse is a hearty, good bread type tortilla that is soft and good by itself or with food on top or rolled inside. It is essentially a potato tortilla that involves making a dough, rolling flat, and grilling on a special cooking surface.
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Lefse is a dish that originates from Norway. It is a soft flat bread made from potato, milk, cream, and flour. This mixture is rolled out and fried on both sides on a hot griddle. Making lefse is much like making tortillas. It takes time and practice to make lefse. Different parts of Norway have their own takes on lefse bread. Some are savory and some can be sweet. You can find recipes for lefse on on the Food Network recipe database.
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Lefse is a Norwegian dish. It is mainly eaten by Norwegians in the northeast. The people in Norway do not eat it anymore. It kind of resembles really flat, really large potato pancakes
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1. Boil the potatoes over medium heat for one hour. Remove from heat and cool slightly. Peel the potatoes. Mash them and place them inside the refrigerator to cool for two hours.
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1 Bring water, butter, and lard to a boil . 2 Add 1/2 cup of cream, salt, and sugar . 3 Put 7 cups of flour into a mixing bowl . 4 Make a well in the flour in the center of the bowl
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any baking potato, not too moist, not too fresh (but not growing either)
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