|Place of origin||Scandinavia|
|Main ingredients||Mashed fruit (apples or plums), whipped cream, bread- or rusk crumbs|
Tilslørte bondepiker (Norwegian, ”Veiled peasant girls”, known in Sweden as Änglamat, ”Angel's food”), also known in Danish cuisine as Bondepige med slør (German: Verschleiertes Bauernmädchen; Low German: Buerndeern mit Sleier), is a traditional Scandinavian dessert.
The dish is layered, with mashed apples (or other mashed fruits like plums) at the bottom, followed by a layer of whipped cream, a layer of toasted bread- or rusk crumbs, followed by another layer of whipped cream and usually a thin layer of crumbs on top. Possible decorations also include chocolate or shaved almonds.
- Mette, Jantzen (20 January 2009). "Bondepige med slør". Isabellas (in Danish). Retrieved 20 April 2018.
- S. Schmidt-Nielsen, Mat-leksikon: en oppslagsbok for mat og drikkevarer. Trondheim 1947 (In Norwegian)
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