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Swedish mulled wine and saffron cake - glögg och saffranskaka
Swedish mulled wine and saffron cake - glögg och saffranskaka
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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”.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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0,5 gr Saffron
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6 tablespoons Glögg
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200 gr Sugar
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4 Eggs
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200 gr Margarine
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180 gr Flour
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1 teaspoon Baking powder
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1 tablespoon Bread crumbles

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100 gr Ising sugar
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2 tablespoons Water
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2 tablespoons Lingon berries

Oven temperature:
175 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 175 degrees Celsius.
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Butter a round baking form with a hole in the middle. Sprinkle it with the bread crumbles.
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Melt the margarine in a casserole, stir down the saffron in the casserole.
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Whip the eggs and the sugar white and fluffy. Add the melted margarine, flour, baking powder and the glögg and stir well.
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Pour the batter in the baking form and place in the middle of the oven for 30 minutes. Take out the cake and let it cool down.
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Mix the icing sugar and the water and pour it nicely over the cake. Decorate with the lingon berries.
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