Swedish cinnamon rolls | Jolanda

Swedish cinnamon rolls

After I previously made the recipe for Zeeland cinnamon cookies of #Pinterest , caught my eye on another recipe with #kaneel , namely #kanelbullar or in other words #zweedsekaneelbroodjes https://nl.pinterest.com/pin/369576713175916779/ . I had already tried this recipe once, but that did not give the desired result. The sandwiches had not risen enough then and #kaneelsuiker turned out not strong enough, because the buns hardly tasted like cinnamon. That became a second chance and now the result is worth sharing! From the recipe I was able to get fifteen sandwiches.

What do you need?

For the dough:

1 sachet of dry yeast

70 grams of butter (room temperature)

420 grams of flour

250 ml of milk (at room temperature)

60 grams of brown sugar

2 teaspoons of cardamom powder

1 teaspoon of salt


For the filling:

60 grams of butter (at room temperature)

Sufficient brown sugar and cinnamon (to taste)


Further needed

Baking paper (I used 3 sheets)

Rolling pin

1 beaten egg (for varnishing)

2 baking cans

2 damp tea towels (to make the dough rise)


And a lot of time, because the rise takes a while (first prize: one and a half hours, second prize: 45 minutes)


Use the yeast as indicated on the package. I have #bakkersgist used. For this, you need to dissolve a sachet of yeast in 100 milliliters of lukewarm water. Leave for ten minutes, then stir. It is important that you deduct this amount (100 ml) from the total amount of fluid (so use 150 ml of milk instead of the 250 ml prescribed!) Funny thing is, you can already see that the yeast works. The liquid increases in volume!

Put the 70 grams of (soft) butter in a mixing bowl and cut into pieces to make it easier to process. Add all the dry ingredients (flour, sugar, cardamom powder, salt). After that, pour the yeast solution and the milk into the batter bowl. Mix by hand until a coherent dough. The result is a sticky dough.

Cover the mixing bowl with a damp tea towel or a piece of cling film. Place the batter bowl in a warm place in the house. Leave to rise for an hour and a half.

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