How to make Icelandic Vinarterta cake. A traditional Iceland Christmas dessert recipe.

Iceland in Canada: Manitoba’s Icelandic Vinarterta Cake and Islendingadagurinn

Plokkfiskur (Iceland).     Another fish/cream/potato dish, but with haddock or cod (I just used basic white fish from sainsbo's)  it's a lot milder than Jansson's Temptation and I really liked it. It got good reviews from everyone (Eurovision again).    I cooked mine in the crockpot (other than the initial bit with the onions and butter).

Plokkfiskur from Iceland

Icelandic Thunder Bread - An Icelandic Recipe for Steamed Rye Bread

Icelandic Thunder Bread

The Icelandic Lamb soup (kjotsupa) is a beloved dish from traditional Icelandic cuisine and culture. The Icelandic lamb is known for its flavor and quality; the result of a pure breed and grassing outdoors. Every household has their own recipe, and the combination of lamb on the bone and root vegetables make for a flavorful, nourishing meal. Some Icelanders argue, that the longer it is simmering, the better. That is why it often stirs for days, getting better and better as comfort food.

The Icelandic Lamb soup (kjotsupa) is a beloved dish from traditional Icelandic…

Homemade Icelandic Skyr.  I have such fond memories of having this for breakfast when I visited Iceland as an undergrad...  We stayed with families for 4 or 5 days and had this every morning.  Excited to find a blog post on how to try it at home.

SKYR Homemade Icelandic Yogurt - If you've never tried Icelandic yogurt, you should! You can get some at Whole Foods Market as well as make your own.

Fiskibollur: Icelandic Cod Fish Balls - Ýsa (Fiskur1), grænmeti og smá egg. | Get details at http://www.allaboutcuisines.com/local-food/iceland | #Travel Iceland | #Icelandic Food | #Icelandic Recipes

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Yet another recipe from my kitchen library. I bought the book, Cool Cuisine: Traditional Icelandic Cuisine by Nanna Rögnvaldardóttir, after.

Potato Salad (Kartoflusalat in Iceland) This is the BEST potato salad I have had in a very long time.  I love the flavors that the apple and curry add.

Potato Salad (Kartoflusalat in Iceland)

My DH was excited when I found this recipe in *Cool Cuisine* (Traditional Icelandic Cuisine) by Nanna Rognvaldardottir. The English translation of *Plokkfiskur* is *Mashed Fish* but I found that title more than a little off-putting for something that is so favored here And opted to use the Icelandic word. Per the intro, In early times when Icelandic housewives served poached haddock (or other white fish) w/boiled potatoes several times a wk, there were usually leftovers And they were…

Plokkfiskur from Iceland

Don’t forget to try the Icelandic fish stew Plokkfiskur while on your tour to Iceland. It’s one hearty meal and tastes like heaven!

Icelandic lobster soup, wow simply amazing, thank you Iceland. Get the recipe and learn about the culture, its free at http://www.internationalcuisine.com

Our Journey to Iceland

Icelandic lobster soup is made with an easy homemade seafood stock using the shells from the lobster. A delicious soup recipe that has become a favorite.

When you think about Icelandic cuisine you may struggle a little at first to think of what a classic regional dish might comprise of. However, modern Icelandic menus are, in fact, breaking boundaries and many talented chefs are taking traditional ingredients and reinterpreting these into more refined contemporary dishes. This Wild Mushroom Soup recipe demonstrates …

Recipe of the week: Icelandic mushroom soup

Icelandic rye bread is hearty, sweet, and delicious. Cooked slowly at a low temperature it's great to make on a lazy winter day inside.

Icelandic Rye Bread

Icelandic rye bread is hearty, sweet, and delicious. Cooked slowly at a low temperature it's great to make on a lazy winter day inside.

Icelandic almond rolls http://midwesternfarmgirl.wordpress.com/2014/09/03/icelandic-almond-rolls/

Icelandic Almond Rolls

Icelandic almond rolls http://midwesternfarmgirl.wordpress.com/2014/09/03/icelandic-almond-rolls/

Icelandic lamb stew - Sheep outnumber people in Iceland by a factor of 3, and lamb stew is one of the most popular dishes in Iceland. After tasting several delicious lamb stews during my recent trip there, this recipe is my best recreation of Icelandic lamb stew. It’s very hearty and meaty — the lamb meat is stewed until tender and easily shredded. - savorytooth.com

Icelandic lamb stew - Sheep outnumber people in Iceland by a factor of and lamb stew is one of the most popular dishes in Iceland. After tasting several delicious lamb stews during my recent trip there, this recipe is my best recreation of Icelandic la

Kleinur, a Scandinavian version of doughnuts, are a very popular treat in Iceland and everyone just loves them. Icelanders eat tons of them, that’s not a joke. Yum-yum! Check out our recipe.

Kleinur – Icelandic doughnuts

Check out our recipe for delicious Icelandic doughnuts - kleinur. In Iceland there's no coffee break without them. Traditionally made with sour milk.

Icelandic Air Cookies: "The point of these cookies is exactly as their name suggests – they should be light, light, light. They are a doddle to make – icing sugar, cocoa powder and egg. But the magic is the raising agent – ammonium carbonate – which means they puff up spectacularly. As you can see – a six-fold increase in volume!"

{10} Loftkökur (Icelandic Air Cookies)

Sometimes, just do something random. And it doesn't come much more random than Icelandic cookies. I have no connection to Iceland, and have never been. However, it does intrigue me. I would dearly.

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