Lefse is a traditional Norwegian flat bread, and this recipe is made with potato. It's so delicious spread with butter and either caster sugar or dark brown soft sugar!
This is a great recipe!However, DO NOT cover the potatoes when you refrigerate them ~ they dry out better when not covered. This makes it easier to roll and you won't need as much flour (no chance of getting tough lefse). I also rice the potatoes before they go into the 'frig. - 23 Dec 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I had a lot of fun attempting to make lefse. I admit it was my first time and struggled to make them thin round patties. I ended up dropping the a spoon full on the griddle, used spoons and flour to flatten right there. I need to give it another try but I admit, loved the final product. Very tasty. It actually kind of reminded me of elephant ears at fairs - 04 Jan 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Our family also makes this i really have a great time making it. It gives us the CHRISTMAS SPIRIT! - 23 Dec 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)