Choose number of servings
For the dough
- Water 1 l
- Sweet Potatoes (peeled and cut into chunks) 450 g
- Kosher Salt 2 tsp
- Unsalted butter (softened) 100 g
- Kefir (or buttermilk) 60 ml
- All purpose flour 260 g
For the Sweet Cinnamon Butter
- Unsalted Butter (softened) 115 g
- Granulated Sugar 2 tbsp
- Cinnamon (ground) 1 tsp
For Rolling the Dough
- All purpose flour as needed
Tools that you will need
- Large mixing bowl
- Medium mixing bowl
- Parchment paper
- Potato masher
- Rolling pin
- Wooden spatula
Cooking Steps 1/ Prep Cooking
1. Prepare and Cook the Sweet Potatoes
Add the ingredients into the cookware and stir to combine.
|Kosher Salt||1 tsp.|
|Sweet Potatoes (peeled and cut into chunks)||450 grams|
2. Connect your Cookware
Turn the burner on and place the cookware on it. Tap the cookware twice until the symbol apears on the cooktop. Select Boiling/ Cooking with Water and set the temperature to 100°C.
3. Cook the Sweet Potatoes
Cook the sweet potatoes for 25 minutes or until they are tender when pierced with a fork.
4. Prepare the Sweet Cinnamon Butter
While the sweet potatoes cook, place the ingredients in a bowl and mix until fully incorporated. Set aside.
|Unsalted butter (softened)||115 grams|
|Granulated Sugar||2 tsp.|
|Cinnamon (ground)||1 tsp.|
5. Strain the Sweet Potatoes
Turn the burner off, then pour the sweet potatoes through a colander and discard the water. Once strained, transfer the potatoes to a large bowl. Wash the cookware before continuing.
6. Mash the Sweet Potatoes
With the help of a potato masher, mash the cooked sweet potatoes until soft and smooth. Make sure to leave no lumps behind.
7. Add the Butter, Kefir and Salt
Add the ingredients to the mashed potatoes and mix until well incorporated.
|Unsalted butter (softened)||100 grams|
|Kosher Salt||1 tsp.|
8. Add the Flour to the Sweet Potatoes
Add the flour and mix until you form a smooth dough. If the dough feels too wet, continue to add more flour until the dough has a dried feel to the touch.
|All purpose flour||260 grams|
9. Divide and Rest the Dough
Portion the dough into 16 even size balls of about 50gr and shape into smooth balls. Cover with a clean towel and allow them to rest for 10 minutes.
10. Roll the Lefse
Now that the dough has rest, transfer one piece of lefse at a time over a lightly floured surface, sprinkle some more flour over the dough and begin to roll until you get a circle of about 8" (20 cm), and set aside.
11. Connect the cookware
Turn the burner and place the cookware on the burner. Tap the cookware twice until the symbol apears on the cooktop. Select Heating up and Frying and set the temperature to 212°C.
12. Add the Oil and Preheat the Cookware
Add a small amount of oil to the pan and wipe it off with a clean towel or paper towel. Set the temperature to 212°C.
|High Heat Oil (grapeseed, vegetable, canola)||as needed|
13. Add and Begin Cooking the Lefse
Carefully place the lefse in the smart pan and cook for 1 minute and 30 seconds.
|Sweet Potato Lefse||1|
14. Flip and Finish Cooking the Lefse
Flip on its other side and cook for 1 minute and 20 seconds or until slightly charred in places.
15. Remove the Lefse
Transfer the bread over to a tray or plate. Continue cooking until done. Once all lefse have been cooked, turn the burner off.
16. Serve while warm
Enjoy this lefse with sweet cinnamon butter, brunost, or your favorite filling.
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