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Swedish shrimp sandwich – Räksmörgås
Swedish shrimp sandwich – Räksmörgås
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A homemade classic Swedish shrimp sandwich can be found in Sweden all year around, but especially during the summer when you find fresh shrimps to buy. The dish is celebrated the 14th of October every year. It is traditionally made with white bread, shrimps, eggs, salad leaves, lemon, cucumber, or tomatoes.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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500 gr Peeled shrimps
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4 White bread slices
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4 Cherry tomatoes
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50 gr Salad leaves
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4 Eggs
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4 tablespoons Mayonnaise
Instructions:
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Boil the eggs and let them cool down.
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Butter the bread slices on one side and sprinkle some salad leaves on top.
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Peel and cut the eggs in thin slices, place evenly on the bread.
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Pour some mayonnaise on the eggs and put the shrimps on top.
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Cut the tomatoes and place on the shrimps.
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Decorate the plates with some shrimps, salad leaves and tomatoes.
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