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Swedish soft flatbread wraps with ham and olives
Swedish soft flatbread wraps with ham and olives
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Swedish soft flatbread have a wide variation of use. They are perfect as a wrap, starter or a side dish. It is also possible to eat them as breakfast, or prepare them and have them on the road. This version is perfect as a starter do to its salty taste of the olives and creaminess of the cheese.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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4 Soft Swedish flatbread
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100 gr Olives without core
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100 gr Philadelphia cheese
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100 gr Ham
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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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Spread evenly the philadelphia cheese on one side of the breads.
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Sprinkle a thin layer of the citron pepper on the cheese.
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Grate the cheese in thin slices, and sprinkle it evenly over the bread.
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Place the ham on the breads.
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Cut the olives in half and put them and the arugula on the breads.
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Roll the bread as a roll from the long side of the bread, so they form a wrap. Cut the bread in small rolls, or in 4 pieces.
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