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Kougelhopf
Kougelhopf
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The homemade kougelhopf is a specialty in the region Alsace in France. It used to be the cake worthy all occasions such a s weddings, Christmas, birthday parties and so on. Nowadays you can serve it as a breakfast, or as a afternoon coffee bread.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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500 gr Flour
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2 Eggs
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25 gr Fresh yeast
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40 gr Almonds
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80 gr Sugar
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150 ml Hot milk
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150 gr Melted butter
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1 tablespoon Icing sugar
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80 gr Raisins
Oven temperature:
180 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Let the raisins soak in some liquid of your choice.
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Crumble the yeast in a bowl, add some hot milk and some flour and mix well. Let it double in size.
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Mix the rest of the flour, milk, eggs and sugar in a baking machine. Work the batter 15 minutes in the machine.
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Add the melted butter and continue for a few more minutes.
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Add the yeast in the batter and mix well. Let the dough rest for 1 hour.
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Tap the bowl and make sure the dough goes down in size.
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Butter a Kougelhopf form, and sprinkle the almond in the form.
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Place the dough in the oven form 45-50 minutes.
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Take out the cake and let it cool down a bit.
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Sprinkle the cake with the icing sugar.
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