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Swedish vacuum cleaner
Swedish vacuum cleaner
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In Sweden this rolls is known as “Dammsugare” translated it means vacuum cleaner. It is because the rolls look like the shape of and old vacuum cleaner that was common in the Swedish households from 1920 and several decade forwards.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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60 gr Icing sugar
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100 gr Margarine room temperature
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar
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2 tablespoon Cacao powder
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100 gr Dark chocolate
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200 gr Cookie crumbles, or smashed biscuits
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300 gr Marzipan in desired color
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0,5 teaspoon Arak liquid, or arak essence/extract

Instructions:
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Put cacao powder, the cookie crumbles/smashed biscuits, vanilla sugar and the icing sugar in a bowl.
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Divide the margarine in small bits .
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Add the margarine in the dry ingredients and mix it together with a fork.
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Add the arak liquid in the bowl and stir it together.
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Make the dough in preferred roll sizes (approximate 5 centimeter).
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Let the rolls rest in the fridge for about 30 minutes.
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Roll out the marzipan on the table and cut about 5 centimeters wide pieces, and roll the dough in the marzipan. Make sure the edges is on the bottom of the rolls.
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Melt the chocolate in a bowl, and dip the ends of the rolls in the melted chocolate.
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Let the vacuum cleaners rest in the fridge until it is time to serve.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from Sweden
To make soft saffron buns in Sweden is very typical between first of advent and Christmas. These buns are filled with almond paste, vanilla and butter. Preparing the dough in two steps will make the buns very fluffy and tasteful. These buns are best enjoyed together with cup of coffee or a glass of milk.
Double breaded white fish fillets will give a moist and tender fish, as well as a nice crispy surface. This way the fish keeps its taste and fits together with potatoes or mashed potatoes and a creamy sauce, a Swedish remoulade sauce for example.
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.
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