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Cheese pie (Västerbotten paj)
Cheese pie (Västerbotten paj)
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Swedish Cheese pie often served coold as a side dish. Common to serve the pie together with fresh seafood, or to have it as part of an cold summer buffé.

Ingredient List :
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200 gr Strong creamy hard cheese (Grated västerbotten cheese)
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100 gr Margarine
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150 gr Flour
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200 ml Fluid Cream
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2 medium Eggs
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2 tablespoons Water
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Black pepper

Oven temperature:
200 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Grate the cheese.
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Put the flour in a bowl.
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Divide the butter/margarine in small pieces and pour them down in the flour.
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Grind the butter with your fingertips or a fork until it forms a crumbly dough, until you don’t have any big butter lumps.
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Pour the water in the bowl and make a big ball.
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Divide the pie bottom in a round baking form with removable edges. Make sure you press out the dough even in the form and make a edge around the sides approx 5cm high.
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Put the form in the fridge for 30 minutes.
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Start the oven on 200 degrees Celsius on electrical heat.
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Take out the form and chop it evenly around the pie bottom with a fork.
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Put the form in the middle of the oven for 10 minutes.
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Mix the eggs together with the cream in a bowl and add the salt and the black pepper.
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Take out the form from the oven and pour in the cheese and add the cream and egg mix on top of the pie bottom.
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Put the pie in the middle of the oven for 30 more minutes.
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Take out the pie and let it cool down in room temperature, and then let the pie rest in the fridge before serving.
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