Kanelbullar!

As the rain increased I was lured into baking kanelbullar as so many others on Facebook just posted pics of their results. Below you can follow my pics.

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Full speed on my machine…and see how huge it turned out after 45 mins.IMG_7533IMG_7535

As I had spread the butter+spices (which comes from a recipe by Martin Johansson in his book “Surdegsbröd” – so yummy!) the first roll turned out to be quite long. And evenly rolled with the spread in nice swirls:-)

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I used my special peppargrinder which I have for cardamom. It gives you so much better flavour when they are newly ground – worth investing in a good one. This one was a Christmas gift from my boys. Andy and Jamie helped out. Both in tasting, eating and in preparing the kanelbullar. The last batch got a different spread as I ran out of it. So in the last I tried butter, mandelmassa, vanilla sugar, sugar and cardamom. They were in a class of their own.

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But hey, lets wait a while before we clean up the mess 😉

 

 

Return if possible!!

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5 years since my momor Birgit passed away and here we are visiting the grave of her and my morfar. I dreamt of my morfar in Italy and it was a dream where I could say a proper goodbye! I woke up and felt at peace, I hope he is well too! And mormor also! IMG_7498 IMG_7499 IMG_7500 IMG_7501 IMG_7502  IMG_7503

Then we put some flowers on my dad´s grave as well. Miss him soo much . And I would have liked for him and Snowy to have met. At midsummers when we sat down for lunch. My brother asked “Is there anything we miss at the table?”. Jamie´s reply came instantly “Morfar”. At that moment I believe we all had tears in our eyes.

Please! Return if possible!! #RIP