Only the 't' should be silent, the 'e' is pronounced.
smørr-brø-eh, as Deliciae mentioned below (the 'd' is also silent).
Can anyone clarify if there is a pronunciation difference between smørbrød and smørbrødet?
I'm giving you a lingot for posting that video, because I'm putting "knit that sweater" on my bucket list. (The one with the red trimming.) That is stunningly gorgeous! Also the vowel stuff was good. Takk.
Actually it means butter bread and not sandwich? I'm a native speaker, grown up in Switzerland so I just try to learn how to write in norwegian.
Smørbrød literally translates as "butter bread", but as it usually is topped with more than butter it means sandwich. A sandwich can be made with two slices of bread, or it can be open-faced (made with one slice of bread) like I guess smørbrød mostly (usually? always?) is.