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Swedish rulltårta
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14 Reviews.
This cake has many names all around the world for example jelly rolls, Swiss roll, but in Sweden it is called rulltårta. It is a simple sponge cake which is one of the classical cakes to make when you will have guest coming over. This is the base recipe but it is possible to make it more like a dessert cake with whip cream and fruits.
Country of origin: Sweden
Preparation time: 00:05
Cooking time: 00:10
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Needed Ingredients:
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150 gr Sugar
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120 gr Flour
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2 teaspoons Baking powder
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3 Eggs
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60 ml Milk
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200 gr Strawberry jam
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1 tablespoon Sugar
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This cake has many names all around the world for example jelly rolls, Swiss roll, but in Sweden it is called rulltårta. It is a simple sponge cake which is one of the classical cakes to make when you will have guest coming over. This is the base recipe but it is possible to make it more like a dessert cake with whip cream and fruits.
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Yes chocolate frosting on a carrot cake actually fits. This homemade carrot cake with a firm chocolate frosting resembles more the Brazilian carrot cake than the American version. To enhance the flavor even more you can add 150 grams of grated coconut in the batter. If you have carrots at home and have no idea what to do with them why not make a carrot cake.
Origin: Italy
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Yes chocolate frosting on a carrot cake actually fits. This homemade carrot cake with a firm chocolate frosting resembles more the Brazilian carrot cake than the American version. To enhance the flavor even more you can add 150 grams of grated coconut in the batter. If you have carrots at home and have no idea what to do with them why not make a carrot cake.
Origin: Italy
Preparation : 00:35 - Cooking : 00:55
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5
1 Review.
These homemade apricot paste can be served together with, nuts, olives or on the side of a cake to the afternoon tea or coffee .
Origin: Germany
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1 Review.
These homemade apricot paste can be served together with, nuts, olives or on the side of a cake to the afternoon tea or coffee .
Origin: Germany
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 01:00
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0 Review.
This is the gluten free version of the classical Swedish jam cookies. Traditionally these cookies are made with berries with a clear red color. To have some variation for your coffee guest you can make some with blueberry- and cherry jam as well.
Origin: Sweden
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This is the gluten free version of the classical Swedish jam cookies. Traditionally these cookies are made with berries with a clear red color. To have some variation for your coffee guest you can make some with blueberry- and cherry jam as well.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:20
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1 Review.
This sweet French beignet is a deep-fried choux pastry sprinkled with powdered sugar and has a round shape. The taste is more like a cake than the English and American fritter version and by the way is not round but square. This recipe uses yeast and there by it makes this beignet to a boule de Berlin.
Origin: France
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1 Review.
This sweet French beignet is a deep-fried choux pastry sprinkled with powdered sugar and has a round shape. The taste is more like a cake than the English and American fritter version and by the way is not round but square. This recipe uses yeast and there by it makes this beignet to a boule de Berlin.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:15
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2 Reviews.
If you like homemade Swedish cinnamon buns but think it takes to long to roll each bun, this recipe is for you. It takes less time but taste the same as your favorite buns. You can make the squares as big as you like them to be.
Origin: Sweden
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2 Reviews.
If you like homemade Swedish cinnamon buns but think it takes to long to roll each bun, this recipe is for you. It takes less time but taste the same as your favorite buns. You can make the squares as big as you like them to be.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:10
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0 Review.
A homemade traditional rhubarb custard pie. The pie is especially popular in the region where you can use your own rhubarb fresh from the garden. You can make the pie in many different ways, such as with crumbles, custard, or with double layer of dough. The sweetness of the pie depending on how much sugar you use.
Origin: France
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0 Review.
A homemade traditional rhubarb custard pie. The pie is especially popular in the region where you can use your own rhubarb fresh from the garden. You can make the pie in many different ways, such as with crumbles, custard, or with double layer of dough. The sweetness of the pie depending on how much sugar you use.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:35
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5 Reviews.
Wondering how to celebrate epiphany day? Why not doing it the French way with this cake: This traditional galette des Rois cake is a two-layer puff pastry cake filled with creamy almond. The fun part is that it hides a figurine inside and the person who finds it will become king or queen of the day.
Origin: France
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5 Reviews.
Wondering how to celebrate epiphany day? Why not doing it the French way with this cake: This traditional galette des Rois cake is a two-layer puff pastry cake filled with creamy almond. The fun part is that it hides a figurine inside and the person who finds it will become king or queen of the day.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:50
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0 Review.
A traditional sponge cake with coconut flakes and dark chocolate bites which is a perfect cake to serve after a good dinner. The cake is very moist so it is almost impossible to overcook it in the oven. The chocolate bites will be a pleasant surprise as you take the first bite.
Origin: Sweden
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0 Review.
A traditional sponge cake with coconut flakes and dark chocolate bites which is a perfect cake to serve after a good dinner. The cake is very moist so it is almost impossible to overcook it in the oven. The chocolate bites will be a pleasant surprise as you take the first bite.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:50
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5 Reviews.
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.
Origin: Sweden
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5 Reviews.
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.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:05 - Cooking : 00:25
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5
1 Review.
This homemade Bavarian chocolate mousse cake with pears taste delicious and melts in the mouth. It is impossible to take only one bite. It is best to prepare the day before serving it but that way it has many hours to get a wonderful texture.
Origin: Germany
5
1 Review.
This homemade Bavarian chocolate mousse cake with pears taste delicious and melts in the mouth. It is impossible to take only one bite. It is best to prepare the day before serving it but that way it has many hours to get a wonderful texture.
Origin: Germany - Region: Bavaria.
Preparation : 00:40 - Cooking : 00:35
This Swedish homemade cake is prepared with saffron and a Swedish version of mulled wine. The time leading up to Christmas in Sweden, starts the 1th of Advent, comes with cakes made with saffron and hot mulled wine. This cake is a combination of them both and will be a hit at your “glögg parties”.
Origin: Sweden
5
6 Reviews.
This Swedish homemade cake is prepared with saffron and a Swedish version of mulled wine. The time leading up to Christmas in Sweden, starts the 1th of Advent, comes with cakes made with saffron and hot mulled wine. This cake is a combination of them both and will be a hit at your “glögg parties”.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:30
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