Portuguese Bacalhau à Brás – Inspired

After trying Bacalhau, I wanted to make it back home, in Norway. The dish has a lot of flavors just so you know.



photo: thetravolution.com


  • 400g codfish
  • 200g Potatoes ( I used sweet potatoes)
  • 50g Bacon
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 onion
  • 1 dl (0.4 cups) olive oil
  1. Cut first the potatoes and the onion. Try to cut the potatoes into thin slices.  Warm the pan first, and then add the olive oil, the potatoes, and the onion. Fry the ingredients till they look golden-ish.
  2. Dry the codfish with a paper towel. Then cut the fish and the bacon. Add this to the frying pan with the other ingredients.
  3. When the bacon and the fish are cooked, and then add four beaten eggs. Stir till the eggs seem finished.
  4. Serve this with salads and olives.

Bon Apetite!! 😉




Flax Seed Bread

I am a bread lover. Since that day when I figured out that I had histamine intolerance I tried to avoid bread. But I have been craving them lately.  So then I figured out why not make my own bread?


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(PS! This bread recipe is not for people with histamine intolerance. Flax seed contains histamine, but this bread is so delicious worth mention the recipe.)

4,8 dl (350 g/ 2,02 cups) flax seed
1 tbsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
4 tbsp-5tbsp Honey
5 eggs
1,2 dl (0,48 cups) water, or milk
0,8 dl (0,32 cups) oil, or melted butter
Then add some spice or other seeds if you like too. I added sunflower seed.


  1. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees Celsius/ 347 degrees F!
  2. First, you mix all the dry ingredients. (Baking soda, flax seeds, and salt) If you don’t have flax seed flour you can use a food processor and make flour out of the flax seeds.
  3. Then add one egg at the time. While you are mixing it together.
  4. Add the rest of the ingredients.
  5. Let the bread stay in the oven for 20 minutes or more.