Total TimePrep: 45 min. + rising Bake: 30 min. + cooling
Definetely a sweet treat! It takes some time to make but well worth it.
Born and raised on the North Side of Chicago, My Swedish Grandma, Mom and Aunt would buy flop from our Swedish bakery on Clark Street for special occasions so long ago. Guess I will have to make it myself - no bakeries here in Vegas (Swedish). Thank you so much for the recipe.
Thank you for sharing this recipe. I, too, have not heard of this before but will be trying it very soon. On a side note, my Grandma's name was Esther, born in Sweden and immigrated to Chicago! They lived on the Northside a block or two from Wrigley Field! I miss the Swedish section of Chicago when we visit - the Swedish gift stores and bakeries are all gone. You can still buy Swedish meats from Palina Market if you are ever interested.
I am from Chicago, Northside, and never heard of this. Looking forward to trying it.
Delicious, reminds me of bienenstich! Will let sit overnight to let the flavors meld!