As I promised a while ago (see this post), I would write down and post my recipe for Norwegian Lapskaus. The beauty of Lapskaus is that it's easy to tweak it, depending on what you have at hand and your own preferance, it's no big deal, though I would recommend that the absolute basic needs to be at least potatoes, carrots and meat + some extra root vegetables.
While prepping for the dish, I would recommend chopping everything in the same size (preferably bite sized) so it cooks evenly, but you don't need to chop while using a measuring tape, so don't panic if it's not perfect.
1 small pack of mini carrots
1 parsley root
1 small rutabaga
Around 400 grams Norwegian meat patties (can be substituted with some kind of meat balls)
7,5 dl stock
1 tablespoon corn flour
Chop all vegetables and place everything except the corn flour in a pot. Bring it to a boil and let it simmer for 45 minutes. In the end, add the corn flour and stir well, allowing it to thicken the dish a bit.
Serve with bread.