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Alsatian Baeckeoffe- Bread oven
Alsatian Baeckeoffe- Bread oven
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Baeckeoffe is a typical casserole dish in the region Alsace in France. It is a combination of potatoes, vegetables, lamb, beef, and pork, that are slowly cooked in a bread dough sealed big terrine for 3-4 hours in white wine from the region. This Alsatian cuisine is mostly served in the winter for big family dinners.

Ingredient List for 8 servings:
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650 gr Lamb shoulder
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650 gr Pork shoulder
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650 gr Beef shoulder
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2 Kg Potatoes
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500 gr Onions
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1 Leek
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2 Carrots
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1 Garlic clove
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200 gr Flour

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2 sprigs Thyme
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1 Bay leaf
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5 Juniper berries
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1 Onion
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1 Carrot
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750 ml White wine

Oven temperature:
170 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Cut all the different meat kind in large pieces. Place in a casserole.
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Add the wine and the spices for the marinade. Let it marinate for 12 hours.
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Peel and cut the onions, carrots, leek, and garlic clove.
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Peel and cut the potatoes sin thin slices.
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In a terrine make layers, of the meat, potatoes, and vegetables, continue until all the ingredients are used.
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Pour the marinade over the ingredients.
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Place the lid on the terrine.
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Preheat the oven at 170 degrees Celsius.
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Mix the flour with some water to make a dough. Shape a long roll. Place it around the terrine to seal the lid.
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Bake in the middle of the oven for 4 hours.
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Serve the Baeckeoffe at the table by breaking the bread crust in front of the guests.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from France , Alsace.
A French dish made with cheese, potatoes and bacon, perfect to make on a cold winter day. The original recipe is made with Reblechon cheese, but this one is made with the stronger Munster cheese. If you eat it in a restaurant, you will most probably get it served in a terrine form.
This home made almond and puff pastry cake is traditionally served on the festival of Epiphany. The cake has different names and shapes around the world, but all have one thing in common which is the crown that represent the crown of the 3 kings that arrived in Bethlehem the 6th of January.
This potato gratin is wonderful thanks to the soft and creamy potatoes combined together with the melted cheese and salty bacon. The gratin is considered to be a side dish but can also turn to be the highlight of the meal. To even enhance the flavor more you can add some garlic and onion in the gratin.
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