Lefse definition

lĕfsə
A round flatbread of Norwegian origin, traditionally made of a potato-based dough and baked on a griddle.
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A traditional soft Norwegian flatbread made from potato, flour, and milk or cream (sometimes lard) and cooked on a griddle.
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Origin of lefse

  • Norwegian from leiv flat cake from Old Norse hleifr

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Wiktionary