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Swedish potato cake – Raggmunk
Swedish potato cake – Raggmunk
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This traditional Swedish potato cake is a winter dish because it requires winter potatoes. You can often find it on the menu in a lunch restaurant during the work week. It is common to serve smoked pork and lingonberry jam on the side. If you would like to serve vegetables, than it is usually fresh white cabbage that will enhance the flavor of the dish.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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800 gr Potatoes
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1 Egg
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120 gr Flour
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1 teaspoon Salt
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400 ml Milk
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4 tablespoons Butter
Instructions:
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Stir half of the milk with the flour, and then add the rest of the milk. Add the egg and the salt in the mixture.
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Peel and grate the potatoes and mix it in the batter.
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Heat up a frying pan and fry the pancakes with the butter. Make them thin so they become crispy on the surface.
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If you wish you can serve them together with lingonberry jam and fried pork.
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