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Swedish soft flatbread with smoked salmon
Swedish soft flatbread with smoked salmon
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This Swedish soft flatbread rolls are perfect as a starter, in you picnic basket, or when your are on the road. The rolls can be prepared the day before, and be in the fridge until serving. The smoked salmon taste best if you use a fillet and then take small pieces to your flatbread.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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4 Swedish soft flatbread
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150 gr Warm smoked salmon
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100 gr Cream cheese
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100 gr Arugula
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100 gr Strong grated cheese
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1 pinch Citron pepper
Instructions:
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Butter the cream cheese on one side of the breads.
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Sprinkle a thin layer of citron pepper and grated cheese on top of the cream cheese.
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Spread some arugula on the breads.
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Cut small pieces of the salmon and spread it over the arugula.
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Roll the bread as a roll, so they form a long wrap.
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Cut the bread in half, and serve.
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