A recipe for Norwegian kringle, or kringla, cookies combines flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and spices with beaten butter, sugar, eggs, vanilla and buttermilk before chilling overnight. The cookie dough is then halved, rolled and cut into strips, which are twis...
For Nordlands lefse, combine 9 ounces butter with 2 cups sugar until creamy, and stir in 2 eggs. Mix 1 1/2 tablespoons horn salt and 1/2 cup kefir or plain yogurt in a bowl. Slowly pour the salt mixture into the batter, and combine with an additional 2 cups of kefir or ...
Old German honey cookies and traditional pfefferneusse are some good recipes for German cookies. Both recipes yield four dozen cookies and have four star ratings.
Sometimes baking is a precise science, but that doesn't mean it needs to be difficult. A single-bowl cookie recipe keeps clean-up to a minimum while giving you dozens of delicious cookies to eat or share, though even a recipe that calls for more than one mixing bowl can...
A no-bake cookie recipe from Bon Appetit combines cocoa powder, butter, peanut butter, sugar and oatmeal to prepare a confection that is a cross between a cookie and a candy. While high in fat and sugar, these cookies are ready in just over 30 minutes and don't require ...
What's Cooking America and Food.com both offer recipes for Norwegian lutefisk, which is dried cod that has been rehydrated in a lye solution for a few days. After a thorough rinse in cold water, the fish is then boiled or baked, and served with butter, salt and pepper.
Food Network’s royal icing, Eating Well’s chocolate cookie icing and Betty Crocker’s orange icing are three recipes for cookie icing. Each recipe incorporates confectioner’s sugar, also known as powdered sugar, to make a sweet cookie topping that hardens when dried.