i tried making lefse (norwegian potato flatbread)

u kno what they say...sometimes lefse is more..anyways follow me only on byte and nothing else.. @julen
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  1. Mindy B

    Mindy B4 саат мурун

    I grew up on lefsa and in my family we only put butter or buter/sugar mix on it. And you need a special pam to make those on so I'm surprised it worked on the stove.

  2. recoverygoal HS

    recoverygoal HS11 саат мурун

    Norge i rødt hvit å blått er det ikke flott!

  3. JenniferGroke

    JenniferGrokeКүн мурун

    You should do a Swedish semla next!

  4. Bethany Barry

    Bethany BarryКүн мурун

    Another great use for a potato ricer is to crush limes for margaritas. Gets the oil from the peel in it. Extra zesty.

  5. henriette bakken

    henriette bakken2 күн мурун

    Thats good for the first time baking lefse! You have to make svele next! 😁🇧🇻

  6. Inbal Ida

    Inbal Ida2 күн мурун

    i wasn't ready 1:12 but that's my fault

  7. jackies jams

    jackies jams3 күн мурун

    Thank you for using Jackie’s Jams. Jackie

  8. Kami Strumberger

    Kami Strumberger3 күн мурун

    You can use the ricer to make spätzle too.

  9. tregiunni

    tregiunni4 күн мурун

    You should try Swedish tunnbröd next!!

  10. Charlie Bila

    Charlie Bila4 күн мурун

    1:11 why I'm here (other than to see you do it to 'em)

  11. Anna Niedermeyer

    Anna Niedermeyer5 күн мурун

    Ricing potatoes is really helpful when making mashed potatoes because it ensures no chunks

  12. Piper Q

    Piper Q5 күн мурун

    ive never been so stressed watching a cooking video sdjfkskjdfh ive also never seen so much flour go into one dish

  13. Allie Yeetify

    Allie Yeetify5 күн мурун

    Hi Julian. My dads side of the family is very Norwegian and of course I am too but on Holidays we all make Lefsa and It tastes sooooooooo good!

  14. tuxegirls

    tuxegirls6 күн мурун

    with sugar and butter all rolled up is my favorite!!

  15. jasmine

    jasmine6 күн мурун

    as a Norwegian this hurt to watch

  16. Abby Lange

    Abby Lange6 күн мурун

    Lefse is a huge staple in my Norwegian descended family. It is a NECESSITY, especially during the holidays. We butter and then SUGAR the lefse. It is also a debate on whether you use white, brown, both, or just butter. I prefer white sugar and butter.... IT'S AMAZING. Thanks for doing this :) a lot of people haven't heard of it

  17. Katherine Osburn-Day

    Katherine Osburn-Day6 күн мурун

    Julien, honey, the pastry sheet is what you lift. The slip it gently onto the pan.

  18. London M

    London M7 күн мурун

    me, breaking inside while julien adds more flour to his already too-dry dough: *kill me now, it'll hurt less*

  19. London M

    London M7 күн мурун

    julen,,,,, if your dough is too crumbly it's because it's UNDERhydrated and u need MORE water, not OVERhydrated and more flour ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

  20. Carley Timmerman

    Carley Timmerman7 күн мурун

    Don’t be so down on yourself about your cooking, your food looks AMAZING and always makes me super hungry

  21. Megan K

    Megan K7 күн мурун

    Can you make a video on the best ways to cook tofu easily

  22. Grace Poulí

    Grace Poulí7 күн мурун

    No, no, no, no, NO, don’t add more flour if it’s falling apart! Ahhhh! Julien!!! That’s gonna make it crumble, add liquid so it can retain some moisture and elasticity

  23. Kenzie Rose

    Kenzie Rose7 күн мурун

    Lol oh yeah what else you got.. twas an office reference

  24. Leif’s Art

    Leif’s Art7 күн мурун

    Nothing like Lefse n Brunost ❤️

  25. Cindy Kurneck

    Cindy Kurneck8 күн мурун

    Less flour - more moisture. ;)

  26. Noe S.

    Noe S.8 күн мурун


  27. H

    H8 күн мурун

    For the love of god stop using too much flour in the dough😂

  28. Dizzy D

    Dizzy D8 күн мурун

    Julien: "because gluten free flour"... all of us: OMFG ADD WATER! Julien: "more flour." we all die inside.

  29. Dizzy D

    Dizzy D8 күн мурун

    For the record, I have celiac too and I know gluten free flour sucks ASSSSSSS but like when you fuck up and make your dough too dry, you have to add moisture instead of doubling down on the dry ingredients... yknow, logic vs this counter logical approach LOL

  30. Linda K

    Linda K9 күн мурун

    Oh I'm a proud Norwegian right now 😍😊

  31. ASMRavenous

    ASMRavenous9 күн мурун

    why didnt he just make them in the pan

  32. Tina Toskan

    Tina Toskan9 күн мурун

    Use the patato ricer for gnocchi!!!

  33. Sarah Sarah

    Sarah Sarah9 күн мурун

    You are hilarious! I loooove your videos. I'm not vegan or gluten free but I enjoy your videos so much. Thank you for making me smile every week :) love from Austria

  34. Sophie

    Sophie10 күн мурун

    i love you Julien but I really missed Jenna, her reactions are just always so cute

  35. MrCaitMonster

    MrCaitMonster10 күн мурун

    We demand lefse part 2 with revisions and jenna.

  36. 218SerenaH

    218SerenaH10 күн мурун

    What did you say you were using for the half and half?? On this note, as someone with many food allergies myself (gluten, soy, dairy, eggs) I’d LOVE it if you’d make more of a point to state the replacement ingredients you’re using when you cook, so that I can cook with those same replacements!

  37. Christine Niemi

    Christine Niemi10 күн мурун

    Norwegian grocery store fact: There are 14 different brands of potato "lompe" (a savoury variant of lefse, commonly used together with or instead of bread to your hot dogs). And every single one of them also contains wheat. *cries in gluten intolerance* About time I try make some myself. Loved watching this!

  38. 23DeftonesFan

    23DeftonesFan11 күн мурун

    14:01, aww lol DO IT TO 'EM!!! Lol Love you, Julien and Jenna 🤗🤗🤗

  39. Joedy Skrobak

    Joedy Skrobak11 күн мурун

    I can just hear the audience screaming...MORE LIQUID!

  40. Kylee Matthew

    Kylee Matthew11 күн мурун

    I always eat my lefse with butter, cinnamon, and sugar.

  41. castheditor

    castheditor11 күн мурун

    this was so cute to watch omg I'm norwegian and grew up with these so it was really awesome to see you show an interest and actually cook it

  42. EnkeliJaPerkele

    EnkeliJaPerkele11 күн мурун

    How hasn’t he ever heard of a potato ricer 😂😂😂

  43. Shakira Estelle

    Shakira Estelle11 күн мурун

    Was waiting for the Jenna taste test at the end

  44. Diana M

    Diana M11 күн мурун

    Julien getting frustrated with the dough is actually making me die🤣🤣 “this is my cross to bear”💀💀💀

  45. Jackie Phillips

    Jackie Phillips12 күн мурун

    Try Slovak lokshi/ stoverags. It’s basically this but less complex. You got leftover mashed potatoes? Whip up some lokshi and smother those babies in butter.

  46. Wanda Weaver-Hourigan

    Wanda Weaver-Hourigan13 күн мурун

    The Tapioca!! You forgot it!

  47. Kirsten Johnston

    Kirsten Johnston13 күн мурун

    I am watching this video as I eat baked potatoes lol

  48. Too Much Meow

    Too Much Meow14 күн мурун

    In India we call it Aloo Paratha

  49. momo sakura

    momo sakura14 күн мурун

    You didn't hydrate the dough enough, julieeeeon

  50. Maranda White

    Maranda White14 күн мурун

    Where’s JENNAAA?😩

  51. Paige Johnson

    Paige Johnson14 күн мурун

    J: we can’t afford to lose our momentum, it’s only going in the fridge for 15 minutes J: So it’s been in the fridge for almost an hour Me: HE LOST HIS MOMENTUM

  52. chunk

    chunk14 күн мурун


  53. chunk

    chunk14 күн мурун

    "Don't work with cold potatos."

  54. Katie Danielle

    Katie Danielle14 күн мурун

    was very excited to see this video ! us minnesotans have quite the love for homemade lefse 😂💕

  55. Anna M

    Anna M15 күн мурун

    This makes me so happy! My grandmother used to ship lefse to me for special holidays and my family still has lefse making days. It's by far my favorite traditional dessert.

  56. ChronicinOkla

    ChronicinOkla15 күн мурун

    So the Big Question " Was there any Lefse over?"

  57. Daniela D

    Daniela D15 күн мурун

    Try them salty style with garlic and butter. A whole new experience!

  58. Isabelle N

    Isabelle N15 күн мурун

    You totally butchered lefse 😅 this is not lefse, but lompe, and we usually wrap the lompe around a hot dog when we eat. Lefse is eaten with butter and sugar spread inside, or even with brown norwegian cheese. Lefse do not have potatoes in them. Flatbread, or Flatbrød are hard and dry, and we eat flatbrød like bread beside soups. usually with some butter on.

  59. Casmo

    Casmo15 күн мурун

    You put sooo much flour on the cloth so it prob dried it out

  60. Talon Jacobson

    Talon Jacobson15 күн мурун

    Ahh, finally something from my heritage. You have to make it with that rolling pin or else your aunts will yell at you.

  61. Maddie Lenning

    Maddie Lenning15 күн мурун

    My family spreads butter on it and then cinnamon sugar rolled into the little roll-ups and they are so fire.