Traditional Finnish archipelago bread. Recipe by Wind from the North

Saaristolaislimppu – Traditional Finnish Archipelago bread

Skip to recipe

This traditional bread from the Finnish archipelago has a sweet, malty and syrupy taste. The bread is known all over Finland as “saaristolaislimppu”. It’s eaten throughout the year but for many Finns it’s also an essential part of the Christmas dinner table.

The great thing about this bread is that it gets better by time and can be prepared a couple of days beforehand. 🙂 It can also be frozen, which is a good thing considering that this recipe makes a good amount of bread.

The dough fills either three 1 liter bread forms or two 1,5 liter ones.

Saaristolaislimppu - A traditional Finnish bread recipe by Wind from the North

0 comments on “Saaristolaislimppu – Traditional Finnish Archipelago breadAdd yours →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *