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Soft gingerbread cake
Soft gingerbread cake
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This is a classical Swedish recipe for a soft gingerbread cake that is often served around Christmas time. To make the cake more luxurious you can serve it together with whipped cream and fresh lingonberries.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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2 teaspoons Gingerbread spices
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100 gr Margarine
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150 gr Flour
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2 Eggs
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100 gr Sugar
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150 ml Milk
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2 teaspoons Baking powder
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1 tablespoon Bread crumbles
Oven temperature:
175 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Melt the margarine and let it cool down for 10 minutes.
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Butter a baking form and spread evenly the bread crumbles in the form.
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With an electrical mixer mix the eggs and the sugar fluffy.
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Add the milk, spices, flour and baking powder and stir together.
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Finally add the melted margarine and mix it all well.
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Pour it evenly in the baking form.
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Place the cake in the lower part of the oven for 40 minutes.
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Take out the cake and let it cool down before serving it.
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