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Swedish Rulltårta with Raspberries
Swedish Rulltårta with Raspberries
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This is a homemade Swedish Rulltårta with raspberry mousse, served as a bakery more than a coffee bread. Easy to prepare with raspberries and vanilla whip cream and fun to decorate each piece differently on the plate before serving it.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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60 gr Flour
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60 gr Potato flour
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3 Eggs
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120 gr Sugar
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1.5 teaspoon Baking powder
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1 tablespoon Water

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250 ml Whip cream
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150 gr Raspberries
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2 teaspoons Vanilla sugar

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150 ml Whip cream
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20 gr Raspberries
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar

Oven temperature:
250 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Preheat the oven at 250 degrees Celsius.
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Start to make the cake by whipping the sugar and the eggs fluffy and white.
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Add the potato flour, flour, baking powder and the water and stir together.
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Place a baking paper on a baking sheet. Pour evenly the batter on the paper and place in the middle of the oven for 5 minutes.
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Take out the cake and sprinkle it with some sugar.
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Place it upside down on a baking paper. Pull away the paper it was baked on. Let the cake cool down.
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Time to make the filling by whipping the cream and the vanilla sugar to a firm foam.
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Add the raspberries and mix gently together.
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Place evenly on the cake and roll together from the long side. Wrap the rulltårta with plastic foil to keep together. Place cold in the fridge for minimum 1 hour.
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Whip the rest of the whip cream and 1 teaspoon of vanilla sugar together, pour in a piping bag.
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Take out the cake and place on a serving plate. Decorate the cake with the whip cream and raspberries.
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Cut the rulltårta in slices and decorate the cake with some more whipped cream and raspberries on the plates before serving it.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from Sweden
If you like to make your traditional sponge cake a bit different, this recipe is worth trying. To get another version of a sponge cake, why not try adding almonds. It is easy and quick to prepare and the result is a moist and tasteful sponge cake.
This is a classical Swedish recipe for a soft gingerbread cake that is often served around Christmas time. To make the cake more luxurious you can serve it together with whipped cream and fresh lingonberries.
This is not a dessert or breakfast pancake, this is a main dish that is traditionally served with lingonberry jam (a non-sweet jam most probably to be found in a Scandinavian shop or at IKEA).
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