Norwegian sild og poteter
Norwegian Sild Og Poteter, or Herring and Potatoes, is a classic and beloved dish showcasing Norway's rich culinary heritage. This traditional Scandinavian delicacy combines tender, marinated herring fillets with boiled potatoes, creating a harmonious balance of flavours and textures. The herring is carefully cured in a tangy brine or marinade, infusing the fish with a delightful blend of sweet, sour, and savory notes. Paired with perfectly cooked potatoes, the dish offers a satisfying combination of soft and creamy textures. Whether enjoyed as a light lunch or as part of a festive gathering, this iconic Norwegian dish is sure to captivate your taste buds and transport you to the picturesque shores of Norway.
- 4 eggs
- 4 new potatoes
- 4 seasoned herring fillet or cured herring fillet
- half a finely chopped red onion
- 2 stalks fresh dill
- 2 tbsp light cream
- 4 flatbreads or toast
- Cook potatoes until cooked through.
- Boil eggs for 6-8 minutes. Cool completely in cold water. Peel the eggs and cut them in half.
- Roll up the herring fillet and arrange it on a plate with half an egg, red onion, and fresh dill.
- Serve with freshly boiled potatoes, sour cream, and flatbread. Beets also taste good on the side.