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'''Gluten-Free Lefse Made with [http://www.food4celiacs.com/ShopOnline/TRF/index.html Toro Sponge Cake Mix]'''
'''Gluten-Free Lefse Made with [http://www.food4celiacs.com/ShopOnline/TRF/index.html Toro Sponge Cake Mix]'''
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''Courtesy of '''Tastes Like Real Food,''' US importers of Toro baking mixes.''
Lefse is a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread made out of potato, milk, and flour, and cooked on a griddle. Special tools are available for lefse baking, including long wooden turning sticks and special rolling pins with deep grooves.
Lefse is a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread made out of potato, milk, and flour, and cooked on a griddle. Special tools are available for lefse baking, including long wooden turning sticks and special rolling pins with deep grooves.
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   1 cup boiling water
   1 cup boiling water
   1½ cups [http://www.food4celiacs.com/ShopOnline/TRF/index.html Toro Sponge Cake Mix] (you may add a little more or less, depending on consistency)
   1½ cups [http://www.food4celiacs.com/ShopOnline/TRF/index.html Toro Sponge Cake Mix] (you may add a little more or less, depending on consistency)
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  Toro White Bread Mix Flour (for rolling out lefse)
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Toro White Bread Mix Flour (for rolling out lefse)
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Add boiling water to milk and add this mixture to Potato Buds, salt and butter. Mix quickly with wire beater to a thick mashed potato consistency. CHILL! (perhaps overnight).
Add boiling water to milk and add this mixture to Potato Buds, salt and butter. Mix quickly with wire beater to a thick mashed potato consistency. CHILL! (perhaps overnight).
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When chilled, add Toro Sponge Cake Flour and mix with your hands. Make balls ¼ - ½ cup size. Makes about 10 lefse balls. Refrigerate balls and take them out one at a time as you roll them out. Use Toro White Bread Mix Flour to roll out lefse balls. Brown on lefse griddle and enjoy.
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When chilled, add Toro Sponge Cake Flour and mix with your hands. Make balls ¼ - ½ cup size. Makes about 10 lefse balls. Refrigerate balls and take them out one at a time as you roll them out. Use Toro White Bread Mix Flour to roll out lefse balls (a tortilla press can also be used). Brown on lefse griddle and enjoy.
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© 2008 Tastes Like Real Food
© 2008 Tastes Like Real Food

Latest revision as of 04:27, 3 December 2009

Gluten-Free Lefse Made with Toro Sponge Cake Mix

Courtesy of Tastes Like Real Food, US importers of Toro baking mixes.

Lefse is a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread made out of potato, milk, and flour, and cooked on a griddle. Special tools are available for lefse baking, including long wooden turning sticks and special rolling pins with deep grooves.

 2 1/3 cup Betty Crocker Potato Buds
 1¼ tsp. salt
 1 T butter
 1 cup whole milk
 1 cup boiling water
 1½ cups Toro Sponge Cake Mix (you may add a little more or less, depending on consistency)
 Toro White Bread Mix Flour (for rolling out lefse)

Add boiling water to milk and add this mixture to Potato Buds, salt and butter. Mix quickly with wire beater to a thick mashed potato consistency. CHILL! (perhaps overnight).

When chilled, add Toro Sponge Cake Flour and mix with your hands. Make balls ¼ - ½ cup size. Makes about 10 lefse balls. Refrigerate balls and take them out one at a time as you roll them out. Use Toro White Bread Mix Flour to roll out lefse balls (a tortilla press can also be used). Brown on lefse griddle and enjoy.


© 2008 Tastes Like Real Food

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