Often, when you least expect it, Swedish dishes get spanked by the use of really interesting spices. Cardamom is the sort of flavour you'd expect to taste in Indian food, but they love it in Sweden too. Swedes add eggs and butter to lots of pastries to enrich them, so they've often got a sort of brioche vibe going on, which is a really lovely thing that I've incorporated here. The sourness of the berries really brings out the sweetness of the bread, and on top of that it looks bloody gorgeous. If you want a little guidance on how to make these, go to www.jamieoliver.com/how-to.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 651kcal
- Carbs 122.8g
- Sugar 52.3g
- Fat 11.4g
- Saturates 6.0g
- Protein 14.3g
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