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Traditional Swedish sandwich cake
Traditional Swedish sandwich cake
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If you think of Swedish sandwich cake or as it is called Smörgåstårta in Swedish, this version is the most common one to eat. It might take a while to make it yourself but all the hard work is worth it when you take the first bite.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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250 ml Crème fraiche
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100 ml Mayonnaise
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200 gr Shrimps
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2 tablespoons Lump fish roe
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3 tablespoons Dill
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0,5 teaspoon Citron pepper
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0,5 teaspoon Salt
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1 teaspoon Citron juice

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200 ml Crème fraiche
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100 ml Mayonnaise
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200 gr Tuna fish
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2 tablespoons Dillk
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0,5 teaspoons Citron pepper
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0,5 teaspoon Salt

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18 slices White toast bread
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100 gr Shrimps
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150 gr Mayonnaise
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3 tablespoons Lump fish roe
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20 gr Cucumber
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10 Slices Cheese
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20 Salad leaves

Instructions:
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Drain the shrimps of water.
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Cut the dill in small pieces.
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Mix all the ingredients for filling 1 in a bowl and place it in the fridge until later.

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Drain the tuna fish of water.
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Cut the dill in small pieces.
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Mix all the ingredients for filling 2 in a bowl and place in the fridge until later.

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Cut away the edges from the toast bread slices.
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Put 6 slices of bread on a plate.
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Take out the filling 1 from the fridge and spread it evenly on the bread.
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Place another 6 slices of bread on top of the filling.
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Take out the filling 2 from the fridge and spread it evenly on the bread.
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Place the last 6 toast slices as a last layer.
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Spread evenly the mayonnaise on the top and the edges of the cake.
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Wash and place the salad leaves on the edges of the cake. If they fall off put some toothpicks in to the cake to hold them still.
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Decorate the cake as you like with the rest of the ingredients for the cake.
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Place the cake in the fridge for minimum a few hours or the best is over the night. This is to let it become moist as it should be.

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