Swedish Recipes
Swedish Recipes
 

Traditional Swedish Recipes

Swedish food tends to be influenced by the seasons with the spicing, and cooking, often reflecting the storage needs of the peasant communitieis of old, as in the case of pickled  herring, freshly salted or smoked meat, or dairy products that have been curdled, boiled or left to mature. 

The following recipes are a taste of what you might enjoy when you visit Sweden - or why not try them at home!


Kanelbullar (Traditional Cinnamon buns)

Kanelbullar

Makes 25 buns

BUNS:
35g yeast
100g sugar
300ml Milk
1 egg
120g butter
1 tsp salt
1 tbs ground cardamom
750g flour

FILLING:
100g butter
50g sugar
2 tbs cinnamon

GLAZE:
1 egg
2 tbs water
pearl sugar

Preparation

 

Stage1:

Crumble the yeast in a bowl and stir in a few tablespoons of milk.

Melt the butter and pour the milk on it.

Add the rest of the ingredients and knead the dough in a dough mixer for 10-15 minutes.

Let the dough rise while covered at room temperature for 30 minutes.

Stage 2:

Roll out the dough so it is about 3mm thick and 30cm wide.

Spread the room-temperature butter on top.

Make a mixture of sugar and cinnamon and sprinkle it over the dough.

Roll the dough the long way and cut the roll into about 25 slices.

Place them with the cut edge upward in paper molds.

Place on a baking sheet and let rise under a towel for about 60 minutes or until the buns have doubled in size.

Stage 3:

Beat together the egg and water, brush the mixture carefully on the buns and sprinkle pearl sugar on top.

Bake in the oven (220C) for 5-6 minutes. Allow to cool on a rack.

Swedish Kanelbullar

 


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