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Almond and coffee cake
Almond and coffee cake
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This cake is perfect if you are not a sweet tooth but still like desserts. The bottom is foft and the topping is with cream but have a coffee taste. To make it different it is possible to sprinkle som dark chocolate on top of the cake.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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500 gr Almond paste
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3 medium Egg whites

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300 ml Whipping cream
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2 teaspoons Vanilla sugar
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1 tablespoons Cacao powder
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3 tablespoons Instant coffee powder

Oven temperature:
175 degree Celsius
Instructions:
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Start the oven on 175 degrees Celsius
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Make 2 circles on a baking paper approx. 22 cm, then butter the paper and put the paper on baking tray.
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Grate the almond paste into strips, and pour the almond paste a bowl
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Separate the egg whites from the yellows, and add the egg withes in the bowl with the almond paste.
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Mix the egg whites and the almond paste together with a fork in to a lump free mixture.
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Spread the mixture evenly on the marked circles on the baking paper.
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Put the cake bottoms in the middle of the oven for 15 minutes.
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Take out the cake bottoms from the oven when they look dry and have a lightly golden brown surface. Let the cakes cool down in room temperature.
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Take away the bottoms from the paper. If it is difficult, you can brush the paper with water to make it easier.

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Whip the whipping cream together with the vanilla sugar, cacao powder and the instant coffee powder with an electrical mixer
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Put one of the bottoms on a plate and add half of the cream mixture on the bottom. Place the other bottom on top, and add the rest of the cream on top of the the second bottom.
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If you wish you can do a nice pattern on the cake, and finally spread a thin layer of instant coffee powder on top of the cake.
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Let the cake rest a few hours before serving.

A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from Sweden
In Sweden most people associate the coffee bread"fikabröd" made with saffron to the time right before Christmas. This is a recipe for cookies made with saffron and can be prepared long in advanced, so you don’t need to stress the same day you want to serve them.
What taste better during the holidays than a home made cake after a big celebration feast. This soft saffron cake is perfect for that and is is big enough for 15 friends and family members. To save time and energy you can prepare it the day before.
This popular Swedish cardamom bun is filled with almond paste and whipped cream, and then sprinkled with icing sugar. This is the traditional way of making it, but it is possible to find it with or without cardamon, with vanilla and raspberry filling as well.
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