Introduction: Swedish-ish Pinwheel Wraps

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I love mixing sweet and savory, tart and mild. I was recently at an IKEA and on my way out, I visited the Swedish Food Market. I saw that they made all kinds of treats that I had never really thought of using in the kitchen. I decided to experiment and ended up with a super tasty snack!

Step 1: Ingredients

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In this recipe I used:
 

Step 2: Preperations

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Prep a cookie sheet with some parchment paper, and put a few pieces of the flatbread down on the paper. Make sure the pieces of flatbread overlap just a little bit.

Step 3: Jam It!

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I spread the SYLT LINGON Lingonberry jam all over the flatbread, and spread a little bit between where the two pieces overlap - it acted like glue. :D

Step 4: Ham and Cheese

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I used a little bit of prosciutto and capicola on each piece of flat bread, and made a nice design of each across the rectangle. Lastly, I sliced many chunks of fresh mozzarella cheese in half, and laid them down on one side of the breads.

Step 5: Roll It Up!

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With my hands at the sides of the the flatbread, I rolled one edge to the other, keeping it tight like a burrito.

Step 6: Pin It!

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I used toothpicks to secure the rolls while I baked them. Two seemed like enough, but maybe next time I would use more, to make slicing it up a little easier.

Step 7: Bake It!

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I set the oven to 350F. I put the rolls in the oven for about 20 minutes - but every oven is different, I suggest checking on them every five or so minutes. You want to bake the rolls until the cheese is melted, and the ham is warm. When they come out of the oven, transfer them to a paper towel to cool - some of the grease from the ham could be leaking out.

Step 8: Slice and Serve!

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Using a good serrated knife, slice up the pinwheels into inch thick slices. These disappeared quick, be sure to try one before they are all gone.

Comments

Vidar_76 (author)2014-08-01

Nice to see you use the swedish food in a new way! :D

handersson (author)2014-06-01

OHH My GOOD!!! :-D That was easy the funiest thing ever!! Sorry i don¨t mean to be bitchy, but it´s good that people can mind up new things with Lingonsylt and Tunnbröd.. Cus lingonsylt is generally served with something call "fläskpannkaka = pork pancake" and meatballs with potato and gravey. Tunnbröd is often filled with shrimp mix up or something from the sea or the forest.

And Swedish is the things that are from SWEDEN :-p lol

GlaceonGlaceon (author)2014-05-08

It looks so good, but you missed the opportunity to call them something like "Swede-ish Rolls" (swed-ish?)

Muhaiminah Faiz (author)2014-05-07

Would love to make some, they look delicious!

bricobart (author)2014-05-07

Send.

mikeasaurus (author)2014-05-07

Rund håm fjüd

jessyratfink (author)2014-05-07

need.

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