Teutonic Study Hall
*Teutonic refers to Northern European Pre-Christian people and is
sometimes used interchangeably with words like Asatru, Norse-Paganism,
Runes, Glyphs of Power
Alfta's Book Lessons
Northern Magic Lessons
Lord Tyr, who is He?
Lessons 9 thru 12 in 1st Degree
|The Song of Horsa's Galley
By Robert E. Howard
From the Baltic Sea our galleys sweep
Out of the dark of the misty north
The ravens circle above our prows
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Aunty Alfta's Adventures In Northern Cooking
Lefse is great to use as a kind of Norse sandwich called lefse kling. It is much like a Northern version of a taco or burrito.
Basically you take some filling and spoon it out onto the lefse then take the lefse and wrap it around the filling and enjoy! I
do this with Vinnish meatballs all the time, as well as with scrambled eggs, sausage and cheddar or American cheese. One
of Aunty Alfta's favorite kinds of lefse kling is chicken and cheddar lefse kling.
3 or 4 whole chicken breasts
1 t. - salt
1 t. - pepper
1 small onion diced
1 small green pepper diced
1/2 c. cheddar cheese
Slice the chicken breasts into small chunks. Place chicken, salt, pepper, onions, and green peppers in a pot and cover with a
lid and cook slowly over low heat until they are thoroughly cooked. Once cooked put chicken mixture into a serving bowl
and add cheddar, stirring thoroughly until the cheese is well mixed in and melted. Spoon a generous amount onto lefse and
wrap. Enjoy! You can vary the salt, pepper and cheddar to taste if you like.
With 12 lefse, serves about 4.