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Spritz bredele
Spritz bredele
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You will recognize these Alsatian Christmas cookies by their special shape, and can often find them dipped in chocolate, or soaked in coffee. This is the original recipe of one of many popular small Christmas cookies called bredele.

Ingredient List for 10 servings:
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80 gr Almond flour
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250 gr Flour
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60 gr Sugar
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150 gr Butter
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1 Egg
Oven temperature:
210 degrees Celsius
Instructions:
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Start the oven at 210 degrees Celsius.
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with an electrical mixer whip the butter in to mousse.
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While still whipping add the sugar, the egg, flour and almond flour, and continue until it is a smooth dough.
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Butter a piping bag and place the dough in the bag.
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Spritz the dough on a baking sheet in the shapes of the letters O, L, C, and S.
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Place the cookies in the middle of the oven for 15 minutes.
A selection of recipes from the same country.
This recipe is from France , Alsace.
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.
These homemade Alsatian Christmas cookies are fun to make with the kids. Everyone can make the cookies in the size and shape they prefer. To make them even more different from each other you can use more than one sort of chocolate to dip them in.
A homemade orange upside-down cake is best made in late autumn or winter, during the high season for these fruits. The sponge cake is covered in orange slices, that brings a beautiful yellow color to it.
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