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My grandmother, who recently passed away at age 100, made this recipe every year. When she got into her nineties, she taught me how to make it. Lefse is a Norwegian flatbread eaten with sugar, cinnamon and butter (or any topping at all), and requires a flat stainless steel griddle, scored, covered rolling pin, turning stick and cloth-covered pastry board, all of which can be purchased from the Bethany company.
You can put anything into these pancakes. This recipe is figured with 4 oz. of full-fat cherry-vanilla yogurt.
These are a meal in themselves, or a good side-dish, cut in half. They freeze well.
Grandma would make this smoky, filling meal-in-one. The sauerkraut really makes this dish delicious.
This is something my mother cooked in the 1960s and 70s. It's a variation on hamburger hotdish, and an easy stove-top recipe. Embellish at will with sour cream, chiles, spices.
My friend Helaine brought this to a potluck one evening, and had me at the first bite. I increased the garlic and red pepper in the recipe, which should NOT be eaten before a job interview or hot date. It is savory and pungent.
My family has made this forever at Christmas. It's totally wicked and artery-clogging.