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20-22 servings

12 slices of white bread, length cut.
Soft butter 

1) 2 dl double cream, whipped, mixed with 
150gr swedish red sandwichcaviar (Kalles), 
If you can´t find this (smoked fine grained)
delicious spread, use any of your favourites. 
2) 250 g baked pate of liver, 
preferrably spreadable swedish or danish
if you can not find this at your grocers 
write to me for a recipe or use another pate´
blended in a mixer with some cream
to a smooth spread 
1 1/2 dl chopped cucumber
3) 450g ham, chopped
11/2 dl mayonnaise, 4 tsp mustard

1) 3dl mayonnaise
2) chopped parsley
3) 200g smoked swedish salmon sliced 
thin, rolled and cut to "roses". 
4) 400g schrimps
5) 100g smoked steak of raindeer 
(common in sweden) if you can´t find it, 
chose your favourite smoked sliced meat
and 1dl whipped cream 
mixed with 1-2 tsp horse-radish  
Place the slices partly covering each other 
on a sandwich-paper. Spread the horseradish-cream 
and roll. Put the roll in the freezer, it makes the 
roll easier to cut later.
6) hard cheese, grapes and fresh dill

Put the buttered slices of bread together side to side
as a bottom. Spread the caviar-cream put another 
three slices of buttered bread in the other 
direction and spread the pate´of liver, sprinkle 
the chopped cucumber, put another three slices 
of bread on top and spread the mayo-ham mix. 
Place the last three slices of bread on top
and spread mayonnaise over the whole "cake" 
Decorate with parsley around the sides
cut the frozen rolls in 1 1/2 cm slices. 
Slice cheese and make cones or rolls. 
Decorate as the picture. If you want the "cake" 
to be moisty, put it in the fridge 
a few hours before decorating


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