lefse

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lef·se

 (lĕf′sə)
n.
A round flatbread of Norwegian origin, traditionally made of a potato-based dough, baked on a griddle, and served with butter and sugar.

[Norwegian : leiv, flatbread, lefse (from Old Norse hleifr, from Germanic *hlaibaz; see loaf) + -se, possibly a diminutive suffix (compare Danish -se, diminutive suffix).]
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On his show, Emeril will prepare Potato Pierogis, Sweet Potato Skins, Norwegian Potato Lefsa, and Loaded Potato Pizza.