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Bredele hazelnuts petals
Bredele hazelnuts petals
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The Christmas cookies called bredele are small and sweet delicacies from the region Alsace in France. They are small dry cookies and every cookie sort has its own special taste. You can find hundreds of different sorts of bredeles and new sorts are produced each year. This particular bredele has a taste of hazelnuts, almond, citron and clove.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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120 gr Margarine
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120 gr Hazelnut flour
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120 gr Flour
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120 gr Bread crumbles
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1 pinch Baking powder
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120 gr Sugar
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8 gr Vanilla sugar
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1 Egg
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1 Citron
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1 pinch Nutmeg powder
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1 pinch Clove powder
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1 Egg yellow
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1 tablespoon Coffee with milk
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50 gr Almonds
Oven temperature:
170 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Mix the margarine to a mousse with a fork.
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Add the sugar and the vanilla sugar in the margarine and mix it together.
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Grate thin slices of the citron peel, and add it in the mixture.
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Add one egg in the bowl and stir everything together.
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Mix the spices, bread crumbles, flour, baking powder and the hazelnut flour in a bowl.
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Add the dry ingredients in the mixture and stir it to a smooth dough.
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Let the dough rest in the fridge for two hours.
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Take out the dough from the fridge.
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Start the oven at 170 degrees Celsius.
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Roll out the dough to approx half a centimeter thick on a flat surface.
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Use a cookie form you like to cut out the cookies.
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Place the cookies on a baking paper that you place on a baking sheet.
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Pour the egg yellow and cold coffee with milk in a bowl and whip it together. Brush the cookies with the liquid.
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Place almond on top of the bredeles.
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Place the cookies in the middle of the oven for fifteen minutes.
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Take out the bredeles and let them cool down on the baking sheet.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from France , Alsace.
These bredele resemble snowballs both in the appearance and color. These cookies are dry and crumbly with a taste of vanilla. To make the cookies even more tasteful you can use real vanilla. You can keep the dough in the freezer up to two month, this way you can make them again.
The German Christstollen is a a Christmas bread filled with dried fruits, berries and sometimes marzipan, and covered in icing sugar. These mini stollen bredele (Alsastian Christmas cookies) are inspired of the German Christstollen.
A homemade French buche de Noël with a Scandinavian saffron taste, as saffron is popular for desserts during Christmas. Not the most traditional log you will find but the saffron sponge cake with white and dark chocolate mousse enhances the flavor nicely. If you get some cake bottom left after decoration the log, why not serve it on the side of the cake as small treats.
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