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Swedish cheese pie
Swedish cheese pie
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This is a different version of the classical Swedish cheese pie called ”Västerbotten paj” as it is not using the same cheese. The pie is best served cold as a side dish in a buffet. This is one of the main ingredients at the popular celebration in august called ”kräftskiva” when you eat a lot of seafood, but you can also serve it for eastern and midsummer celebrations.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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120 gr Butter
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180 gr Flour
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2 tablespoons Water

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210 gr Grated strong cheese
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3 Eggs
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250 ml Heavy cream
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Citron pepper
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1 pinch Chili pepper
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1 pinch Nutmeg powder

Oven temperature:
200 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Cut the butter in small pieces and mix it together with the flour. Add the water and work it all to a dough.
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Place the dough in the fridge for 20 minutes.
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Start the oven at 200 degrees Celsius.
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Take out the dough from the fridge and roll it out to a big circle.
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Cover a pie forms bottom and edges with the pie crust. Pick the bottom with a fork.
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Place the pie crust in the middle of the oven for 10 minutes.

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Stir the eggs together with the spices.
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Add the cream and the grated cheese and stir.
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Take out the pie crust from the oven and pour the filling on the crust. Place the pie in the middle of the oven for 30 minutes.
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Take out the pie when the surface is golden brown.
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Let the pie cool down before serving it.

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