Feb 25, 2014 · Tilslørte bondepiker, translated to veiled peasant girls in English, is a classic and quite common Norwegian dessert. It is served year round, although slightly more often during the colder months of the year.
Tilslørte bondepiker (Norwegian, ”Veiled peasant girls”, known in Sweden as Änglamat, ”Angel’s food”), also known in Danish cuisine as Bondepige med slør (German: Verschleiertes Bauernmädchen; Low German: Buerndeern mit Sleier), is a traditional Scandinavian dessert.
Place of origin: Scandinavia
This was impressive and quite far from Tilslørte Bondepiker (Veiled Farm Girls) as we made it at home. I assume you used the “world’s most expensive recipe” for apples.
Jan 18, 2011 · Tilslørte bondepiker er en deilig tradisjonell dessert vi alle kjenner og som ikke kommer til å gå av moten. Kjempegod – og enkel å lage!
Sep 16, 2017 · “Tilslørte bondepiker”, the name of this sweet dish, loosely and directly translates into “veiled peasant/farm girls”. It is a layered dessert with mashed apples or applesauce, breadcrumbs sauteed in butter and whipped cream.
Tilslørte bondepiker (”Veiled peasant girls”) is a traditional Norwegian dessert. If served on a hike the dish is often called Tilslørte Speiderpiker (Veiled Girl Scouts).
Mar 18, 2014 · Tilslørte bondepiker, translated to veiled peasant girls in English, is a classic and quite common …
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Nordic apple trifle (tilslørte bondepiker) Tilslørte bondepiker is a trifle consisting of apples, whipped cream and a crunchy topping. The Scottish dessert cranachan is a distant relative and you will also find it in Denmark as bondepige med slør (farm girl with a veil).
Tilslørte bondepiker har hatt ei strålande veke. Vi har sunge for folk frå 38 land, i alderspennet 1 til 90 år! Først var det to gøye gevinst-konsertar for dei heldige som trekte vinnarlodda på Liv i løo.
Tilslørte bondepiker (Veiled peasant girls)—a classic Norwegian dessert I made this dessert for the first time last night after living in Norway for over twenty years. I guess I’ve never made it before because most of the time I’ve …