Semla in IKEA

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A semla or fastlagsbulle (Swedish) is a traditional pastry made in various forms in Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Iceland, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Sweden[1] and Norway associated with Lent and especially Shrove Monday or Shrove Tuesday.

Semla is now offered at IKEA in Singapore.

It is spiced with cardamon and a little cream at the top. The bread is rounded out for cream filling. Topped off with a little cap and powdered sugar.

It tastes like bread with a fruit cream.
Not too sweet with a delightful taste of fruit in the whipped cream.

I will come back for more.

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