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    Hazelnut Fish Fingers

    When I was a child fish fingers was the first fish dish I started to like, even love. But I suspect they were factory made. Homemade ones are much better. These are made extra crunchy …

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    Seared Pollock with Onion Jam, Lingonberries and Asparagus

    Seared Pollock with caramelized onions is one of Norway’s national dishes. Here I have cooked the onions further, so that they are almost to be considered as a jam.

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    Trailer for season 7!

    See the trailer for season 7 of New Scandinavian Cooking with Andreas Viestad!

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    Goose Breast and Leg

    Watch Andreas prepare goose breast and leg in Port Wine with pan seared apples and Brussel sprouts, fennel and broccoli Puree. From the episode ”Pyramids of the North”.

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    Flourless Chocolate Cake and Baked Alaska Pyramid

    Watch Andreas prepare flourless chocolate cake with wild strawberries, and baked alaska pyramid. From the episode ”Pyramids of the North”.

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    Seared Cod and King Crab

    Watch Andreas prepare seared cod and king crab with crab reduction and vegetables. From the episode ”Pyramids of the North”.

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    Hunters Stew and Venison Steak

    Watch Andreas prepare a hunters stew with goat cheese and lingonberries, and venison steak with Jerusalem artichoke Ppuree, date and parsley salad and blackberry reduction. From the episode “Winning Game”.

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    Cold smoked Trout Mille Feuille

    Watch Andreas prepare cold smoked trout mille feuille with pear, celeriac and cucumber. From the episode “Winning Game”.

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    Fillet and Liver of Venison

    Watch Andreas prepare venison fillet “Terrine” with herb butter, and pan-fried venison liver with caramelized tangerine. From the episode “Winning Game”.

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    Halibut “Steak Frites”

    Watch Andreas prepare halibut “steak frites” with veal glace. From the episode “The Holy Fish”.

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    Pickled Rosemary Halibut

    Watch Andreas prepare pickled rosemary halibut. From the episode “The Holy Fish”.

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    Luxurious Fish Gratin with Spinach

    Watch Andreas Viestad prepare a Luxurious Fish Gratin with Spinach. From the episode “Common, Yet Tasty”.

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    Seared Pollock

    Watch Andreas Viestad prepare Seared Pollock with Onion Jam, Lingonberries and Asparagus. From the episode “Common, Yet Tasty”.

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    Hazelnut Fish Fingers

    Watch Andreas Viestad prepare Hazlenut Fish Fingers. From the episode “Common, Yet Tasty”

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    World Heritage

    A World Heritage site is a place of natural or cultural interest which is so valuable that it is important for the whole of humanity. It is a place, site, environment, or object which provides …

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    The Vasa Museum

    In the early 17th century, Sweden was busy building an empire around the Baltic Sea in northern Europe. A strong navy was essential. During the 1620s Sweden was at war with Poland. In 1625 the …

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