|Italian Cooking (Cookery Classics)|
|by Robin Howe|
As atmospheric as it was on the day it was first published in 1956, Italian Cooking is bursting with recipes that ooze character.
1 - 10 of 10 for how to lutefisk
Cook rice in ... over the rice, lutefisk and butter. Put in buttered baking dish and bake until done (put knife in center, done when knife comes out clean).
On Christmas Eve lutefisk if traditionally served ... pan and bring to boil. Cook for ... cooked in microwave according to directions for any white cod fish.
Remove any bones or skin on lutefisk. Cut fish ... Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes. Serve lutefisk with melted butter and boiled potatoes, if desired.
Soak fresh or thawed lutefisk in cold salt ... until fish begins to fall apart (about ... served with drawn butter or a white sauce with allspice added to it.
Mix the night before cooking. Makes 30 to 35 meatballs to a pound.
A way to use leftover lutefisk. Put crumbled ... and add 2 cups of milk. Pour over rice. Salt to taste. Bake at 350 degrees until knife comes out clean.
Purchase 1/3 pound for each serving. 150 servings = 50 pounds. Soak in cool water 2 hours. Cut in servings, about 3 inches wide. Place close together ...
Line baking pan ... of pieces of lutefisk in foil. Salt ... approximately 20 minutes, at temperature of 400 degrees. Remove and serve with melted butter.
Most lutefisk eaters know how to cook it, but ... large shallow baking pan. Bake at 325 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes, but do not let lutefisk get too soft.
May bake, covered, ... tender. Add rice to 1 cup milk ... cups cooked, flaked lutefisk and 2 tablespoons ... baking dish and bake until set, 30 to 40 minutes.
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