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Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Swedish flatbread

The folks at home are crazy over the Swedish bread and meat balls. Actually, they are crazy over anything that vaguely resembles bread or is called some form of "bread". As far as I know, IKEA is the only place that sells flat bread and it is a long ride to refill my flatbread at IKEA. I decided once and for all to make the bread and spare myself the trouble of having to overcome parking problems at IKEA. Besides, the chance of buying a "little something" is greatly reduced when flatbread is always available in the home.

I like its soft fluffy mildly savory taste with a hint of honey, good for wrapping ham, meat balls and cheese.

3 cup self raising flour
1/3 tbsp salt
1 tbsp baking soda
1 ¼ cup sour cream
¼ cup honey

Sift dry ingredients.
Mix wet ingredients.
Add dry mixture to wet mixture.
Roll on floured surface.
Make 10 balls of dough and flatten to slightly more than palm size.

Fry on dry skillet in very low heat on both sides.
Bread is done when it makes little pale brown marks.

Rest so that the bread is not overly crispy.
Serve with butter and everything you love.

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