New recipes every month!
Traditions and moments together is something Sagaform values highly, which becomes very clear in the new venture Friday fika. A venture where Sagaform calls for more together-moments around the Friday fika. In cooperation with chef and baking profile Frida Bornholt we have created recipes based on the identity of Sagaform – Swedish, classic and with a twist.
Every month we will inspire you to gather around Fridayfika. Through new recipes, tips and interviews, we want to get more people to put fridayfika on Friday's agenda. Whether you are seen through a screen, out in nature, in the office or at the kitchen table.
Cookies with orange and poppy
Orange curd do like this:
- Let all ingredients except the butter simmer at medium heat until they become a cream. Don’t let it boil!
- Take the saucepan off the stove and stir in the butter.
- Cool down.
Cookies do like this:
- Quickly mix all ingredients.
- Take the dough ball and put it in the fridge to cool for at least an hour.
- Put the oven on 190 degrees, regular oven.
- Roll out the dough on a well-floured foundation to an even thickness of about 3-4 mm. Punch out circles and place the cookies on baking trays covered with baking paper and punch out a circle in the middle.
- Bake in the oven until the cookies get a golden colour, about 7-10 minutes.
- Let the cookies cool down.
- Spread the orange curd onto the circle and put the lid on.
Tired of the same old pastries? Does the cake always turn out a bit too dry?
Join us and Frida Bornholt from Hela Sverige bakar who on Fridays once a month inspires to new recipes and useful tips in the kitchen!
The first recipe out is Frida's divine poppy cookies which will undoubtedly make your Friday much more festive!
Feel free to tag us on instagram @sagaform and use the hashtag #Fridayfika to share your Friday coffee.
Classic sponge cake with lingonberries and caramel sauce
Sponge cake do like this:
- Put the oven on 175 degrees, regular oven.
- Whisk eggs and sugar white and porous.
- Melt the butter and add the milk.
- Mix vanilla powder, vanilla sugar, flour and baking powder. Sift it into the egg mix. Finally put in lingonberries and butter mix.
- Grease and flour a 2 litre sponge cake tin.
- Pour the batter into the tin and bake in the middle of the oven for about 30 minutes, check with a stick to see if the cake is ready.
- Take the cake out and let it cool down before adding the caramel sauce.
Caramel sauce do like this:
- Mix cream, sugar and syrup in a saucepan. Bring to boil while stirring.
- Then boil the sauce on high heat, without a lid, until it thickens and gets a nice light brown colour, about 10-20 minutes.
- Take away the saucepan and stir in the butter. Let cool down.
- Pour the sauce over the sponge cake before serving.
Ready for this month's divine sponge cake?
Finally, it's time to join us and Frida Bornholt from Hela Sverige Bakar, for a new recipe and inspiration to bake your fridayfika!
During this month, you will receive tips on how to bake Frida's divine sponge cake with lingonberries and caramel sauce. A pastry that will shine and be the highlight of every upcoming fridayfika!
Feel free to tag us on instagram @sagaform and with the hashtag #Fridayfika to share your Friday coffee.
Extend the experience through nice plating arrangements
Frida Bornholt, chef and finalist in "Hela Sverige Bakar" 2020, is the one who together with Sagaform will represent the concept. According to Frida, how you present your fridayfika is one of the most important part of baking, at least as important as how it tastes. This is a way to prolong the fika experience.
- For me, Fridayfika is a way to spread joy and inspire others to bake more, and give more. It really gives me a smile that lasts the whole day, Frida says.