Norwegian Lefse Wrap with Grilled Paneer

  • Snacks
  • 6 Servings
  • 2Spicy
  • 1 HrCook Time
  • Cuisine : International
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Lefse is a flatbread from Norway. Lefse belongs to the Norwegian Cuisine and is a kind of flatbread made with boiled potatoes, cream, milk and flour. Its a soft and melt in mouth flat bread. Here I have used flour, potatoes, milk and fresh coriander to make Lefse. Just like Roti, Lefse is also rolled out with a rolling pin and cooked on large tawas.


2 Cup Flour 2 Potatoes Boiled 2 Onions 250 gm Paneer Few Olives 1/2 Cup Fresh Coriander 1/2 Cup Mint 8-9 Roasted Almonds 2 Tablespoon Mayonnaise 2 Tablespoon Oil Milk as required Salt to taste Black Pepper to taste


Tawa, grill tawa, pan, rolling pin

Step By Step Method

  • Wash peel and boil the potatoes and mash it Add Flour, oil, Coriander to mashed Potatoes and mix well Keep Kneading with milk till dough is soft, apply little oil on the surface. Keep the dough in refrigerator for half an hour for rest Cut paneer in thick slices, sprinkle salt and pepper, Mix well. With little oil on the grill, Grill the paneer slices and keep aside. Chop roasted almonds and keep aside Slice Onions and cook in little oil, salt and pepper till the Onions get a nice caramelized look. Keep aside. Make Mint paste and add it to the mayonnaise, mix well Add Salt, pepper and Chopped roasted Almonds to Mint mayonnaise, Mix well Take the dough and divide it into smaller equal parts and roll them Each roll is rolled flat and round with a rolling pin Cook each flatbread both the sides on the tawa or a flat pan with little oil or butter. Make all the flatbreads and keep aside.