Hi guys! I hope your weekend has been fabulous so far. Johan and I we had a very calm weekend where we just relaxed and enjoyed each others company. However, yesterday Johan and I made a delicious dinner as we use to do every Saturday. We chose a meal called biffsnadder this time and we asked ourselves where the dish comes from. Biff means beef but snadder means delicious so translated to English it becomes Beef delicious. Well, it sounds a little bit strange in English so we googled it hoping to find out whether the dish is served in other countries as well. We did not find any result which made us start wondering whether the dish actually is Norwegian.
I want to ask my readers whether you have ever eaten this dish at a restaurant or made it in your home? If so what do you call it in your country. I read that it was not common to slice the beef like it is served on this dish. We want to give you the recipe for the ones who would like to try to make it. We could have eaten a lot more yesterday since it was so amazing.
Aromat and pepper
How to prepare it:
Cut the potatoes in 4 boats. Add oil, salt and parsley in a oven proven dish and add the potatoes. Put it in the oven on 180 degrees for around 30 minutes.
Cut paprika and champignon while frying the beef in a frying pan. Add the paprika and champignon after having fried the beef. Add some pepper and aromat to it to spice up the taste. Prepare the bernaisesaus. In Norway they sell it in powder form but you can off course choose to make it yourself. Add the corn as you prefer.
After you have done all the steps above it is ready to be served and you can enjoy a delicious meal. I promise you that you will not regret.