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Swedish sandwich cake “Smörgåstårta”
Swedish sandwich cake “Smörgåstårta”
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The Swedish smörgåstårta is very popular in the summer and is often served on school graduations or fits to all big summer celebrations. This particularly on might not be the first one that comes to mind, but both kids and adults will love it. The cake is best to prepare one day before, that way it has time to rest in the fridge over the night.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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150 gr Ham slices
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250 gr Sour cream
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200 gr Mayonnaise
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50 gr Parsley
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Pepper

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200 gr Liver pâté
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100 ml Heavy cream
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100 gr Sour Cream

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18 Toast bread slices

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150 gr Cheese
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150 gr Ham
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50 gr Cucumber
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100 gr Grapes
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250 gr Sour cream
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100 gr Mayonnaise

Instructions:
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Cut the ham and parsley in small pieces and mix it with the rest of the ingredients. Place in the fridge until later.

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Mix all the ingredients together for filling 2 and place it in the fridge for later.

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Cut away the edges of the bread slices, and place 6 slices together on a plate.
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Spread evenly the filling 1 on top of the bread slices and place another layer of bread on the filling. Press gently the bread but not too much it should not be to compact so the filling pours out.
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Spread the filling 2 on top of the bread and place the last layer of bread on top. Press gently the bread.

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Mix the mayonnaise and the sour cream together and cover the cake evenly with it, make sure tall the bread is covered.
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Decorate the cake with the grapes and the cucumbers on the edges, and the top as you wish with the topping ingredients.
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Let the cake rest in the fridge over the night.

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