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Plum Cake – Finnish Christmas Cake with Yoghurt, Egg-free

Plums are an essential fruit for Christmas in Finland. The Finnish plum cake is made with yogurt instead of eggs.

Caramel Apple Crumble Cake – Karamelli Omenapiirakka

Apples are the most popular fruit in Finland. This crumble cake topped with caramel apples is an easy to make, delicious and satisfying dish.

Finnish Date Cake Taatelikakku, Flavor of Coffee or Glögi

The taste of Finnish date cake varies depending on whether coffee or glögi is used. The pureed dates give this fruit cake with a moist texture.

Poor Man’s Cake, Köyhän Kakku: Finnish Spice Cake

Even in the days of poverty, this cake was made to give children and guests something delicious to eat. This is fluffy finnish spice cake.

Finnish Spice Cake – Gingerbread Spice Cake

Gingerbread is a Christmas staple. Gingerbread spices are used not only in cookies but also in cakes. Sprinkle powdered sugar to make it Christmassy.

Finnish Traditional Christmas Gingerbread, Piparkakku

This is a recipe for gingerbread, a Finnish Christmas staple. Each family has its own taste, but this recipe is not too sweet.

Finnish Traditional Spoon Cookies, Lusikkaleipä, No Egg

This is a very delicious Finnish cookie made with only four simple ingredients. The crispy, crumbly texture, sweet jams, and buttery aroma are addictive.

No-Knead Chinese Noodle, Ramen, the Easiest Ramen

Even if you only have strong flour, you can make Chinese noodles and ramen without kneading, just by waiting. The easiest Ramen!

The Easiest Chinese Noodle Recipe: Pasta and Baking Soda

The easiest way to make chinese noodle is to boil pasta with baking soda! I'M SURE! Why does it happen? What's the point? Here's all about it.

Easy Carrot Cake with Lots of Spices

I fell in love with carrot cake in Finland. This carrot cake is not too sweet, full of carrot, nuts and spice, and easy to cook!
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