This finger licking good sauce is one of Sweden’s most common dipping sauces. It started as a salad dressing but now you can find it everywhere you look. My kids love it to fries, nuggets, burgers and believe it or not, even veggies. Quick and easy to prepare and will give you a healthier alternative to a regular store-bought sauce.
This is a traditional cake in Sweden to bake for the midsummer celebration around the 19-20 of June. It is easy to bake, and fun to decorate it with all the strawberries, but hard to resist not eat them while decorating. The cake is even better one day after the preparation, so if you have time prepare it on day before you will serve it. This cake is so tasty it is hard to resist a second piece.
A Swedish semla is a cardamom bun filled with almond paste and whip cream. This recipe is a mix of a semla and a blond mud cake. This slightly sticky mud cake is topped like a semla, with almond paste and sweet whip cream. So why not give it a try and impress your friends or family on the actual semmel day that accrues in February, the day before Ash Wednesday.
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Looking for an inspiration for a different appetizer, mingle food or to bring on a picnic? Why not trying one of these cake salé, also known as salty bread or savory cake.
These breads are filled with different kinds of cheese and other salty ingredients.