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Christmas Stollen



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  • 40g almonds
  • 350g bakers flour
  • 150g dried fruit and nuts
  • 25g raw sugar
  • 1 lemon rind
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 sachet of dried yeast
  • 3/4 teaspoon mixed spice
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 175g Milk
  • 50g Butter

Almond Paste

  • 120g almonds
  • 150g raw sugar
  • 1 egg
  • 5g lemon juice
  • 5g dry sherry

Recipe's preparation

  1. Put the lemon rind into the bowl and chop speed 9/12 secs.

    Add the almonds and chop speed 7/7 secs.

    Add the flour and butter and mix speed 6/ 7 secs to look like breadcrumbs.

  2. Add all the other ingredients and mix on speed 5/10 secs/ reverse to make a dough.

    Knead for 3 mins Dough mode.

    Leave to rise until double its size (1.5 hours ...)

  3. Once it has risen, knock it back and roll into a square shape and brush with melted butter.

    Place the almond paste roll in the middle and fold the dough around it making a sausage shape.

    Put into a cold oven - turn on the oven to 190 degrees and cook for 40 minutes or until you can hear knocking when you tap the bottom ....

  4. Almond Paste
  5. Mill the sugar - speed 8/10 secs.

    Add the almonds - mill speed 8/10 secs.

    Mix the beaten egg, lemon juice and sherry together and add to the TM - mixing at speed 4 to make a dough ... roll into a sausage shape.



Sprinkle with icing suger for a festive look !!

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  • Thank you for this fantastic

    Submitted by Elizabeth Gailer on 7. January 2014 - 14:03.

    Thank you for this fantastic recipe.  I make 1 large one (for our family) and divided another recipe into two logs for each of my parents-in-law and my mum.  They turned out so well.  Very easy and so yummy.  I cut it into slice when cold and have frozen it.  I just take a couple of pieces out of the freezer when needed.


    I didn't make the almond paste as I had some in the freezer that I had to use up.  It worked just fine.

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