|Swedish to English translations [Non-PRO]|
|Swedish term or phrase: Skurna Pepparkakor|
|cut ginger snaps|
is what I have seen on boxes from a Swedish manufacturer (Skogaholm I believe)
Cookie to me is thicker.
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|Both you and Matt provided excellent answers.|
I have been eating these (made by my paternal grandmother) since I was weaned onto solid food (early 1950's.) She would bring a tin full at each of the 'formal' holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter.)
I knew them as Swedish Ginger Snaps. They are very thin, crispy, and have slivered almonds in them. When I gained access to her recipe book I wondered what the literal translation was...
Ah... Skurna must mean "cut". And as Matt said.. they are Yummy!
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