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A French cheese cake from the region Alsace where the cake is called käsküeche. The bottom is made like a pie bottom and not like the usual cheese cake bottom with biscuits crumbles. It is big, fluffy, and less sweet than the American or English versions. You can add some citron peel in the cake to have a different taste.
Country of origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation time: 00:25
Cooking time: 00:35
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Needed Ingredients:
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200 gr Flour
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60 gr Butter
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1 pinch Salt
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7 gr Vanilla sugar
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100 ml Milk
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1 Egg
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1 pinch Baking powder
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25 gr Sugar
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3 Egg yellows
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3 Egg whites
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1 tablespoon Flour
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500 gr Cream cheese
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1 tablespoon Vanilla sugar
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50 ml Whipping cream
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1 tabslespoon Icing sugar
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100 gr Sugar
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A French cheese cake from the region Alsace where the cake is called käsküeche. The bottom is made like a pie bottom and not like the usual cheese cake bottom with biscuits crumbles. It is big, fluffy, and less sweet than the American or English versions. You can add some citron peel in the cake to have a different taste.
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Origin: France
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Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
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Origin: France
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Origin: France
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1 Review.
Kougelhopf is a dry cake which originates from Alsace in France. It has a brown outside that is covered with icing sugar. The cake is often eaten together with coffee or tea, but can be served at breakfast as well. This is the traditional recipe of the cake with raisins, but other variations with almonds, or fruits can also be found.
Origin: France - Region: Alsace.
Preparation : 02:00 - Cooking : 00:50
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Origin: France
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This cake is considered magical because the cake has three different layers, but only require on batter. This might have more to do with science than magic but it is still amazing when you see the result. The cake has a soft fluffy bottom, a creamy middle and a dense top, or you can have it the other way around if you prefer.
Origin: France
Preparation : 00:20 - Cooking : 00:50
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