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Old 21.02.2012, 11:25
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Swedish Semlor/Semla

As today is a big day for Swedes in terms of eating delicious Semlor ...



Does anyone know if any bakery in Zurich might have these?
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Old 21.02.2012, 11:44
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Re: Swedish Semlor/Semla

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As today is a big day for Swedes in terms of eating delicious Semlor ...


Does anyone know if any bakery in Zurich might have these?
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Sorry, no idea if these are available anywhere here. I've made my own, though it's usually quite a production. Kanelbullar are easier
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Old 21.02.2012, 11:55
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Re: Swedish Semlor/Semla

Way easier! And they look so simple on the outside, but it's the bun that's tricky, get that wrong and it ruins the whole experience
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Re: Swedish Semlor/Semla

Have you ruined 'em before ??
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Re: Swedish Semlor/Semla

It's the cardamom and mandelmassa that make it. Two things they don't get in baked things here.
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Have you ruined 'em before ??
I've had the ones that they gave you in school in Sweden, where the bun was a "cheap" or basically fake version (they skimped on the ingredients), it completely destroys the whole experience!

In southern Sweden we eat them in a bowl of hot milk.. ahh, the good ol' days
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