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Beugerl (Bagels)

The Beugerl is actually a food for fasting times. It was originally a symbol of the barren fasting period. The round shape of the Beugerl is probably older than the popular pretzel. Actually, this round shape should symbolize the sun… weiterlesen

Anise Zwieback

Zwieback is a bread-like snack that is cut into slices and roasted until dry and crumbly to preserve it. To make zwieback, a bread is lightly baked first. After baking, the bread is cut into slices and roasted in the… weiterlesen

Anise Bread

This anise bread is a recipe that falls into the “no-knead” category. With the all-in process, the ingredients are initially mixed by hand or for one to two minutes with the mixer, but not kneaded. Since the no-knead process does… weiterlesen

Apple Swirls

Their airiness, the typical and slightly sour taste make the apple swirls a popular yeast dough classic. Professionals know two methods for the production of sweet yeasted dough: with or without pre-dough. For the yeast dough without pre-dough, all ingredients… weiterlesen

Le Pain Complet

A very simple and easy to make bread is “Le pain complet”. The well-rounded taste is created by a rye poolish and a wheat sourdough which can be made individually from W / 1600 or T80. By adding whole wheat… weiterlesen

Hand-stretched Apple Strudel

Typical for strudel dough is an easy production. With the addition of oil and an intensive kneading allows the dough to be stretched out very thin.When you think about Viennese pastries, Viennese apple strudel always comes to mind. This pastry… weiterlesen

Advent Wreath

Advent, Advent ein Lichtlein brennt. Erst eins, dann zwei, dann drei, dann vier, dann steht das Christkind vor der Tür.” This poem is about the Advent season and will be recited and sung in many kindergartens over the next few… weiterlesen

Vinschgerl

This thin, small and flat bread specialty is native to the South Tyrolean Vinschgau. For generations in Vinschgau, two small pieces of dough have been put together and baked as “Paarl” (couples) or individually as “Vinschgerl”. The couple was supposed… weiterlesen

Rustic Twists

Countless types of bread fill up our bread baskets that differ in flour mixture, production, form, and taste. They all have one thing in common: a spiced-aromatic taste that develops from the crispy brown crust.  Since rye flour contains no… weiterlesen

No Knead – Spelt

For my next to last recipe about spelt, I opted for a no-knead recipe. Perhaps the special thing about this recipe was the way it proofed, because the bread matured for 12-14 hours at room temperature. The whole recipe does… weiterlesen

Burger – Buns

Who doesn’t know the world-famous hamburger? A blog reader request, here is a recipe that is quick and easy for anyone to bake. In any case, it is worth baking more than needed because any buns that you don’t use… weiterlesen

Bohemian Buchteln

Buchteln (Wuchteln) are a characteristic dish of bohemian cooking, that also have a fixed place in the Austrian pastry kitchen.  The Buchteln are usually filled with plum and apricot jam, but this time I came up with a very special… weiterlesen