Saxborga is a traditional Icelandic dish that was first served at the wedding of King Harald Fairhair in the 9th century. The dish features a mixture of potatoes, onions, butter, and cheese.
Saxborga is a lot like a pizza but made out of potatoes, cheese, onions, and butter. The difference is that the potatoes are baked in the oven first.
Saxborga is a favorite in Iceland. The dish is also one of the better known dishes in the country. Its origins are lost to time, but it’s probably a Scandinavian version of an Indian dish called ‘chakala’.
Saxborga has been described as an Icelandic take on pizza. It is a lot easier to make and cooks much quicker than typical pizza, so it is an excellent option for a large group.
Saxborga has just two ingredients (which are baked in the oven first). You can’t use an actual oven to make it, so the dish is really more a combination of baking and frying. The base is sliced potatoes, onions, and cheese, and cooked in broth.
Saxborga is also a great dish for a large group because it is really easy to make. It takes only 10-15 minutes to cook, and if you have a group of people you can cook it in a slow cooker for longer.