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Swedish rulltårta
Swedish rulltårta
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This cake has many names all around the world for example jelly rolls, Swiss roll, but in Sweden it is called rulltårta. It is a simple sponge cake which is one of the classical cakes to make when you will have guest coming over. This is the base recipe but it is possible to make it more like a dessert cake with whip cream and fruits.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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150 gr Sugar
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120 gr Flour
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2 teaspoons Baking powder
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3 Eggs
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60 ml Milk

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200 gr Strawberry jam
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1 tablespoon Sugar

Oven temperature:
200 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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start the oven at electrical heat at 200 degrees Celsius.
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Whip the sugar and egg for minimum two minutes to get it very fluffy and white.
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Pour the flour and baking powder in the mixture while stirring slowly.
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Continue to stir slowly and pour the milk in the mixture.
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Place a baking paper on a baking sheet whit a maximum size of thirty by forty centimeters.
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Pour the mixture evenly on the baking paper.
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Put the cake in the middle of the oven for ten minutes, or until the surface is golden brown.
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Take out the cake from the oven and let the cake cool down five minutes.
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Sprinkle the sugar evenly on top of the cake, and then flip the cake upside down on a baking paper.
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Brush the paper with cold water that the cake now has upwards, and peel away the paper.
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Spread the jam evenly on the cake, and then roll the cake together from the short side. It is easiest to roll the cake when it is still warm but not hot.
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Let the cake cool down before serving it, and this will only take around ten more minutes.
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Cut the cake in slices approx five centimeters wide.
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