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Swedish Jam cookies
Swedish Jam cookies
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One of the Swedish classical small dry cookies. Easy to make and you can keep them in the freezer for a few month so you always have cookies at home for "fika" if you will get company. These cookies normally have raspberry or strawberry jam on top, but you can use any jam you like.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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50 gr Sugar
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar
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100 gr Margarine
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130 gr Flour
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20 gr Jam
Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Start the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
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Mix the margarine, vanilla sugar and the sugar with a fork.
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Add the flour en mix it all to a dough.
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Make a big long roll of the dough, and cut the roll in thin pieces.
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Shape balls of the dough pieces and put them on a baking sheet.
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Press the balls together and make a hole in the middle.
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Place the jam in the middle of the cookies.
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Place the cookies in the middle of the oven for twenty minutes.
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Take out the cookies and let them cool down.
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