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Nutella Semlor
Nutella Semlor
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I love this Swedish bakery called semlor as you can make so many different versions of it. My love for them started when a Swedish colleague invited everyone at work to a Swedish fika, on the national day of semlor. Can you imagine that, the Swedes even have national days for these bakeries ? She told me about different versions of it, and I got curious and wanted to try the nutella version.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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12 gr Fresh yeast
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240 gr Flour
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125 ml Milk
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30 gr Sugar
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125 gr Butter
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2 Eggs
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0.5 teaspoon Cardamom powder

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300 ml Whip cream
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200 gr Nutella
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1 teaspoon Vanilla sugar
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1 teaspoon Icing sugar

Oven temperature:
220 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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In a big baking bowl, crumble the yeast.
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In a sauce pan melt the butter.
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Pour he milk in the melted butter, and stir until it becomes luke warm.
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Pour the liquid over the yeast and stir very gently until the yeast is resolved.
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Add the sugar, 1 egg, salt, cardamom and almost all of the flour. Work it all with your hands until you get a dough. It should not be sticking on the bowl.
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Cover the bowl with plastic foil and let it rest for 1 hour.
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Take away the plastic foil and ads the rest of the flour.
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Divide the dough in 6 pieces and form balls.
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Place the buns on a baking paper, cover with a baking towel. Let them rest for 1 hour.
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Preheat the oven at 220 degrees Celsius.
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Stir 1 egg and brush the buns with it.
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Place the in the middle of the oven for 10 minutes.
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Take the buns out and let them cool down.
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Whip the cream together with half of the nutella and all of the vanilla sugar to a fluffy foam.
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Cut away the top of each bun.
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Dived half of the nutella evenly on the buns.
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Spread evenly the whip cream on the nutella with the help of a piping bag.
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Place the top back on each semla. Sprinkle son icing sugar on top before serving
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This recipe is from Sweden
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