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Croissant Semla
Croissant Semla
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Shrove Tuesday, Pancake day Or Mardi Gras! Call it whatever you like, on this day in Sweden we eat something called semlor. Traditionally it's a cardamom bread/bun filled with almond paste and whip cream. Nowadays it comes in any shapes and flavor you can imagine. This year the new version is a croissant, and off course I had to try it out. Try it yourself and se what you think of it.

Ingredient List for 2 servings:
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2 Croissant
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2 teaspoons Vanilla sugar
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50 gr Almond paste
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2 tablespoons Vanilla sauce
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200 ml Whip cream
Instructions:
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Divide the croissant in half.
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Whip the whip cream together with the vanilla sugar.
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Grate the almond paste.
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With a fork mix the almond paste with some of the whip cream.
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On 1 croissant bottom place the almond paste, and on the other the vanilla sauce.
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Use a piping bag to spread evenly the whip cream over the almond paste and vanilla sauce.
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Place the top on each semla.
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Sprinkle some icing sugar o top before serving.
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