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Swedish chocolate cake
Swedish chocolate cake
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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.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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100 gr Margarine
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2 medium Eggs
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60 gr Flour
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4 tablespoons Cacao powder
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar
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120 gr Sugar
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1 tablespoon coconut flakes

Oven temperature:
175
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Start the oven at 175 degrees Celsius.
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Melt the margarine in a casserole, and place it on the side.
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Stir the eggs with the sugar in a bowl.
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Add the rest of the ingredients in a bowl and stir it together.
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Butter a baking form and sprinkle with the coconut flakes.
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Add the mixture in the baking form.
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Take the cake out of the oven and let it cool down in room temperature.
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Serve the cake as it is or with vanilla ice cream.
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