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Norwegian Lefse

Submitted by: DEBBA7 
I was raised on Lefse as a special treat for the holidays. We still make it every holiday season, and this is the best recipe ever. We eat ours with butter and sugar. Note: you will need a potato ricer to prepare this recipe. 
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Leona's Lefse

Submitted by: Tor 
In my family, lefse is religion. We have made these lefse for generations, and I have never met their match! Serve with either butter and jam, or meat and cheese. 
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Lefse II

Submitted by: Brent 
This version of the traditional Scandinavian tortilla omits the potato entirely and depends on sour milk and a pinch of cardamom for flavor. Serve with cheese or jam. 
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Lefse I

Submitted by: Helen H. 
A Scandinavian tortilla with a potato and flour base, lefse are baked on the griddle and served with either sweet or savory fillings. 
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Christmas Strawberry Bread

Submitted by: KIMBER 
This beautifully pink, moist bread is a favorite at our house. Neighbors and friends look forward to receiving it for Christmas every year. Most people ask for the recipe. 
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Christmas Stollen

Submitted by: Lee Smith 
A German Christmas tradition, this sweet yeast bread is packed with dried fruits, with a ribbon of marzipan in the middle. 
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Swiss Christmas Bread

Submitted by: ELLENMARIE 
Dotted with raisins, candied cherries, nuts and citron, this spicy, sweet yeast bread makes a pretty holiday party offering. 
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Marzipan Christmas Kringle (Juleskringle)

Submitted by: WOLSELEY 
Home Town: Enslev, Midtjylland, Denmark
Living In: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
This almond-filled pastry is perfect for Christmas breakfast or dessert. It's traditionally baked in a pretzel shape. 
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Christmas Stollen II

Submitted by: Michelle Chen 
This fruity, yeast bread is very addictive. It is good for breakfast, tea time, and after dinner snacks. 
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Czech Christmas Hoska

Submitted by: Carol Ponec-Nemec 
This lightly-spiced holiday yeast bread is laden with candied fruit peel, almonds and raisins. Decorate the finished loaf with candied fruit and almonds for an especially festive touch. 
 
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