Finnish Cinnamon and Cardamon Buns

16 Sep

I am a HUGE fan of Kinfolk magazine and their new cookbook will be firmly on my Christmas list. If this recipe for Pulla (a Finnish bread flavoured with cinnamon and cardamom) is anything to go by, it’s going to be my new favourite.

Finnish Pulla recipe Kinfolk

rolling dough for Finnish Pulla bread Kinfolk

recipe Finnish cinnamon buns Kinfolk

cinnamon buns recipe Kinfolk

Pulla Finnish cinnamon and cardamom bread Kinfolk

{all Parker Fitzgerald for Kinfolk Table}

I just love the flavours of cinnamon and cardamom and my mouth is watering just from looking at the pictures! Head over to the beautiful Kinfolk website for recipe (brownie points to the team for including both UK and UK quantities). Perfect for a lazy brunch, don’t you think?


5 Responses to “Finnish Cinnamon and Cardamon Buns”

  1. Ira Wichmann September 30, 2013 at 18:38 #

    Yessss Bethan! There’s nothing like Pulla =D Although actually, this is a sub-group of Pulla, called Korvapuusti. Pulla is the dough, it becomes Korvapuusti when you fill it like this =) Hope everything’s going well! – Ira W

  2. Aimee Joseph September 20, 2013 at 11:59 #

    These look amazing!

  3. Chris September 17, 2013 at 09:12 #

    Love a bit of cinnamon – and these look delicious! Will have to try them when I get a chance. Am off to Copenhagen for the weekend soon so looking forward to trying the Danish take on a nice pastry (or 10)!

  4. bmkbmk September 16, 2013 at 12:48 #

    hurrah, I was in Helsinki a few years ago and they had wonderful pastries in a bakery near the university flavoured with cardamom. I had at least one every day (on top of pulla at breakfast :) ) and I have searched on and off for suitable recipes without success, so this is a lovely gift. Will have a look at this recipe book which I didn’t know about. thank you. :) x

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