In Sweden it is common to bake cakes and buns with saffron between the first Sunday of advent and Christmas. The cakes and buns are served as Swedish fika often together with coffee or tea. This is traditional chocolate balls but made with saffron instead.
If you go to a Swedish Coffee shop you most probably will find this traditionally Swedish coffee bread. It is made of almond paste bottom, have a chocolate filling, and then dipped in chocolate. If you have an urge for chocolate and like sweet cookies this is the number one choice to make. The best part is that it is easy and fast to do, and will impress your guests.
This recipe is for the classical Swedish cinnamon rolls (kanelbullar). This is the most famous coffee bread in Sweden. They are so popular so October the fourth is the official day of the cinnamon rolls (kanelbullens dag). This is one of the first recipes you learn to bake as a kid.
If you having a BBQ party and want to serve a different side dish to the meat this recipe might give you inspiration. While the pork fillet and potatoes are on the grill, you have plenty of time to spend with your guest. The home made garlic sauce enhance the flavor of both the meat and the potatoes.
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Looking for an inspiration for a different appetizer, mingle food or to bring on a picnic? Why not trying one of these cake salé, also known as salty bread or savory cake.
These breads are filled with different kinds of cheese and other salty ingredients.