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Old 11-30-2011, 07:46 PM   #11
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You could cut the sugar down in the lefse, add some herbs, and have a savory lefse, fill with wildrice-mushroom-cheese.
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Charlie !! This is Minnesota. Lefse !!

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Sorry, I forgot to add No Fish either.
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Old 12-01-2011, 01:44 PM   #13
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Last time I made lefse, it didn't include walleye or lutefisk!
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Old 12-01-2011, 01:45 PM   #14
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You could cut the sugar down in the lefse, add some herbs, and have a savory lefse, fill with wildrice-mushroom-cheese.
I should've written, add some herbs to the dough and then keep the lefse warm and fill with a savory mix of wild rice, mushrooms, cheese (gooey enough to stick together). Or, try filling and reheating before serving. I think savory lefse filled with wildrice would be a hit in MN. I'm tempted to try it...
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Thank you folks, a lots of good ideas here. Have to figure out what will work.
On the other hand, I tried to search internet for vegetarian/vegan appetizers. Million sites came up. You start searching them half of them are not even close to be vegetarian. I mean reall how stupid is it. Grrrr
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I should've written, add some herbs to the dough and then keep the lefse warm and fill with a savory mix of wild rice, mushrooms, cheese (gooey enough to stick together). Or, try filling and reheating before serving. I think savory lefse filled with wildrice would be a hit in MN. I'm tempted to try it...
sorry, no cheese either.
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sorry, no cheese either.
Maybe tofu or something else could work as a binder?
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I would do a huge platter of marinated vegetables. baby bell peppers, mushrooms, artichoke hearts, snow peas or sugar snap peas, baby beets, strips of daikon radishes and tiny carrots...
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Old 12-05-2011, 12:35 PM   #19
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Well, I think we have decided to make an appetizer hour. We will use mini pie shells and make kishes, not sure what they called in English. Fill them with different things. Sautéed mushrooms, spinach, corn chowder, and mashed potato. Plus light drinks. Then at the table will serve a simple green salad, and then will move on onto a main course.
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