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Swedish rulltårta
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7 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.
Muffin or cup cake, call them what you like. This recipe is the small version, and it is good to eat them like they are without icing on the top
Origin: United States of America
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:15
Cooking : 00:08
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0 Review.
Muffin or cup cake, call them what you like. This recipe is the small version, and it is good to eat them like they are without icing on the top
Origin: United States of America
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:08
This is a recipe for a white chocolate mousse cake. The combination of the mousse and the dark almond paste bottom gives a smooth taste. This cake is special in the sense that you put it in the freezer before you eat it. This way it resembles more an ice cream than a mousse cake.
Origin: Switzerland
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:15
Cooking : 00:40
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0 Review.
This is a recipe for a white chocolate mousse cake. The combination of the mousse and the dark almond paste bottom gives a smooth taste. This cake is special in the sense that you put it in the freezer before you eat it. This way it resembles more an ice cream than a mousse cake.
Origin: Switzerland
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:40
The Swedes are crazy about chocolate cake that is sticky in the middle (kladdkaka). This is a basic one that is common to do. To change it a bit you can add some chocolate both inside the cake, and on top of it.
Origin: Sweden
Region of origin: All.
Preparation : 00:10
Cooking : 00:20
4
1 Review.
The Swedes are crazy about chocolate cake that is sticky in the middle (kladdkaka). This is a basic one that is common to do. To change it a bit you can add some chocolate both inside the cake, and on top of it.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:20
These delicate little cookies are super crispy and will be liked both by children and adults. These are super simple to prepare and fits perfect to the afternoon coffee or tea. The best part is that they are gluten free so most people can eat them
Origin: Sweden
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:15
Cooking : 00:10
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0 Review.
These delicate little cookies are super crispy and will be liked both by children and adults. These are super simple to prepare and fits perfect to the afternoon coffee or tea. The best part is that they are gluten free so most people can eat them
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:15 - Cooking : 00:10
This cake is considered magical because the cake has three different layers, but only require on batter. This might have more to do with science than magic but it is still amazing when you see the result. The cake has a soft fluffy bottom, a creamy middle and a dense top, or you can have it the other way around if you prefer.
Origin: France
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:20
Cooking : 00:50
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0 Review.
This cake is considered magical because the cake has three different layers, but only require on batter. This might have more to do with science than magic but it is still amazing when you see the result. The cake has a soft fluffy bottom, a creamy middle and a dense top, or you can have it the other way around if you prefer.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:50
Most people think of chocolate brownies with dark chocolate. These brownies are soft delights with a fresh touch of berries. You can add the berries you like but it always tastes better with fresh ones. To make it different you can add white chocolate bites in the batter and serve it with whipped cream on the side.
Origin: United States of America
Region of origin: .
Preparation : 00:30
Cooking : 00:25
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0 Review.
Most people think of chocolate brownies with dark chocolate. These brownies are soft delights with a fresh touch of berries. You can add the berries you like but it always tastes better with fresh ones. To make it different you can add white chocolate bites in the batter and serve it with whipped cream on the side.
Origin: United States of America
Preparation : 00:30 - Cooking : 00:25
This is a sponge roll with a different jam made of the mini plums named Mirabelle. They are typical fruits of the region Lorraine in the north east of France. These plums are mainly eaten as fruit but also very popular for jam or other dessert due to their sweetness.
Origin: France - Region: Lorraine.
Region of origin: Lorraine.
Preparation : 00:10
Cooking : 00:05
4
1 Review.
This is a sponge roll with a different jam made of the mini plums named Mirabelle. They are typical fruits of the region Lorraine in the north east of France. These plums are mainly eaten as fruit but also very popular for jam or other dessert due to their sweetness.
Origin: France - Region: Lorraine.
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:05
Kougelhopf is a dry cake which originates from Alsace in France. It has a brown outside that is covered with icing sugar. The cake is often eaten together with coffee or tea, but can be served at breakfast as well. This is the traditional recipe of the cake with raisins, but other variations with almonds, or fruits can also be found.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Region of origin: Alsace.
Preparation : 02:00
Cooking : 00:50
0
0 Review.
Kougelhopf is a dry cake which originates from Alsace in France. It has a brown outside that is covered with icing sugar. The cake is often eaten together with coffee or tea, but can be served at breakfast as well. This is the traditional recipe of the cake with raisins, but other variations with almonds, or fruits can also be found.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 02:00 - Cooking : 00:50
A dessert pie with no bottom, instead it have crumbles on the top. You can make it with any berries or fruits that you like. It is very good to serve the pie medium warm together with vanilla sauce or vannilla ice cream.
Origin: Sweden
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:10
Cooking : 00:00
0
0 Review.
A dessert pie with no bottom, instead it have crumbles on the top. You can make it with any berries or fruits that you like. It is very good to serve the pie medium warm together with vanilla sauce or vannilla ice cream.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:10 - Cooking : 00:00
Homemade Swedish chess cookies with the classical combination of cacao and vanilla. Guess why they are called chess cookies... because they resemble a chess board ! They are fun to do and you can make the traditional square shape, or why not make them as a circle for a change.
Origin: Sweden
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:30
Cooking : 00:10
3
1 Review.
Homemade Swedish chess cookies with the classical combination of cacao and vanilla. Guess why they are called chess cookies... because they resemble a chess board ! They are fun to do and you can make the traditional square shape, or why not make them as a circle for a change.
Origin: Sweden
Preparation : 00:30 - Cooking : 00:10
This soft cake is very quick to prepare and will become a favorite after trying it. The cake is very soft and the dark chocolate gives it a nice taste. You can use it as a base together with many different variations of fillings beside chocolate. It goes perfect together with berries and white chocolate.
Origin: France
Region of origin: Unknown.
Preparation : 00:20
Cooking : 00:40
0
0 Review.
This soft cake is very quick to prepare and will become a favorite after trying it. The cake is very soft and the dark chocolate gives it a nice taste. You can use it as a base together with many different variations of fillings beside chocolate. It goes perfect together with berries and white chocolate.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:40
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