Christstollen/German christmas fruit cake. Today I show a traditional christmas recipe from my home country Germany. It's a yeast dough with prickled fruits, almonds and. Stollen is a German fruit cake/bread, most commonly eaten at Christmas.

After reading all about the English Fruit Cake/ Christmas Cake, let us now travel southwards to my second home Germany to The Christstollen has been around for centuries now. It is a yeasted bread baked with a mix of rum soaked dry fruits, nuts, spices and candied citrus peel. Christstollen (German Christmas Cake): Sift the flour into a large bowl, then make a small whole in the middle. You can have Christstollen/German christmas fruit cake using 16 ingredients and 14 steps. Here is how you achieve that.

Ingredients of Christstollen/German christmas fruit cake

  1. It’s 500 gr of all purpose flour.
  2. Prepare 1 of egg.
  3. Prepare 150 gr of butter.
  4. Prepare 100 g of sugar.
  5. You need 150 ml of milk.
  6. You need 7 gr of / 1 pack dry yeast.
  7. You need 120 gr of raisin (soaked in rum).
  8. You need 50 gr of zitronat / dried lemon.
  9. It’s 50 gr of orangeat / dried orange.
  10. It’s 100 gr of chopped almond.
  11. Prepare 1/2 tsp of cinnamon powder.
  12. It’s 1/4 tsp of clove powder.
  13. You need 1/4 tsp of cardamon powder.
  14. Prepare of Garnish:.
  15. You need 50 gr of melted butter.
  16. Prepare of Powder sugar.

This is best done with your hands. Again, let the dough rest in a warm place for one hour. Now add the candied fruit, and raisins and almonds into the dough. German stollen is a traditional Christmas bread, also known as Christstollen Studded with nuts and dried fruits then dusted with a generous coating of icing sugar, German stollen is a Christmas is a time of elaborate fruit-and-booze-laden breads, puddings, and cakes.

Christstollen/German christmas fruit cake instructions

  1. Warm the milk for 1 minute and add 1 tsp sugar. Add the dry yeast into the warm milk to activate it. Keep it aside..
  2. In a bowl, add flour, butter, egg, sugar. Mix it with low speed kitchen machine..
  3. Slowly add the milk mixture into the flour mixture. Let it knead for 10 – 15 minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic..
  4. Let the dough ferment/rest for 1 hour in a bowl and cover it with dry towel/ folio.
  5. After one hour, add the dried fruits and nuts into the dough. Mix it well..
  6. Place the dough on top of table. Sprinkle some flour..
  7. Roll it flat around 3 cm. Fold the dough from one end to the middle and fold the other side on top of the fold..
  8. Place it on baking paper. Let it proof for another 45 minutes..
  9. Bake the fruit cake in 180 C oven for 45 minutes..
  10. Remove it out of oven. Cool it down for 10 minutes.
  11. Melt the butter. Brush the butter on top of the cake..
  12. Sprinkle enough sugar powder..
  13. Cool it down. Slice it into two and pack it with aluminium folio and keep it for one week..
  14. The cake will be compact and tasty..

It is the time of airy panettone. Christmas Stollen also known as Christstollen is a delicious traditional German pastry. David has a German heritage and I thought it would be awesome to make a traditional Holiday recipe from his roots; Christmas Candied Fruits. Today, the Stollen are amazingly tasty and highly requested worldwide. Christmas stollen, known in Germany as Christstollen, is a yeast bread that is baked with dried fruits Our German Christmas Stollen Recipe.

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