My mom and my sister are both new devotees of the following bread recipe. It's called the Toft Sisters Loaf. The Swedish version of the recipe is on my sister's blog.
(Ser den ut som den ska?)
1.5 dl (.6 cups) rye flour
1.5 dl flax seed
1 dl (.4 cups) sunflower seeds
1 dl wheat bran
2 table spoons olive oil
2 table spoons salt
Mix these ingredients and pour 4 dl (1.6 cups) boiling hot water over to blanche. Let it sit for 1 hour.
Mix 50 grams (1.7 oz) of yeast with 3.5 dl (1.4 cups) of finger warm water. Mix in the blanched ingredients. Add 1 liter (4.2 cups) of flour and make a dough. Let the dough rise for at least 3 hours or over night.
Knead the dough with 2 dl (.8 cups) of flour and flatten it into a square and roll up like a roll cake. You guys don't know what that is but you can imagine - it's a cake. That you roll.
Let the roll rise for 30 minutes and then bake for 40 minutes at 437 degrees. That is a direct conversion of 225 degrees celsius.
Let it cool off without a cloth over it.
My sister says you shouldn't keep the bread in a bag but keep it out because the thick crust keeps it moist inside.
I don't think we'll ever know over here because the loaf is almost gone already. Yummy!