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Alsatian new year stolen
Alsatian new year stolen
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A homemade Alsatian recipe for new years eve. It is small stolen bread with raisins and chocolate chips, that is usually severed together with mulled wine. If you want to try something different to eat while waiting for the new year to come, this is the recipe for you.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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250 gr Flour
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10 gr Yeast
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1 tablespoon Milk
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50 gr Sugar
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3 Eggs
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60 Butter
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100 gr Raisins
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100 gr Chocolate chips
Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Mix the yeast and finger warm milk. Add the flour, 2 eggs, and sugar and work to a smooth dough for 10 minutes.
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Add the butter and work for a few more minutes.
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Let it rest for 1-1, 5 hours.
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Pour the dough on a floured surface and divide in 2.
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Work in half the raisins and chocolate chips in both dough.
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Continue by divide the dough in several balls approximately 80 gr each.
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Place on a baking paper and let the balls double in size.
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Preheat the oven at 180 degrees Celsius.
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Make a cross with a scissors on top of the balls.
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Brush the balls with a beaten egg, and place in the middle of the oven for 6 minutes.
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