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Saffron and white chocolate cake
Saffron and white chocolate cake
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This is a saffron version of the very popular Swedish chocolate mud cake called “kladdkaka”. This one is a gluten free version made with almond flour and white chocolate. It is prepared in a few minutes and is perfect for a spontaneous dessert. If you want a sauce on the side whip cream fits nicely together with the cake.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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0,5 gr Saffron
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130 gr Almond flour
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100 gr Margarine
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100 gr White chocolate
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100 gr Sugar
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2 Eggs
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0,25 teaspoon Flake salt
Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
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Place a baking paper in a baking form with removable edges.
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Melt the margarine in a casserole, and add the the saffron and the white chocolate and stir until the chocolate is melted.
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Add the sugar, almond flour and the eggs and stir together.
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Pour the batter in the baking form and place in the middle of the oven for 25 minutes.
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Take out the cake and let it cool down before serving it.
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