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    You are in: Home / Community Forums / German and Benelux (Belgium / The Netherlands / Luxembourg) Cooking / traditional plain german strudel????
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    traditional plain german strudel????

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    Inge 1505
    Tue Mar 01, 2005 4:18 am
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    SingingChef wrote:
    the one i had was made steamed over onions and potatoes, not a lot of flavor, but the traditional german folk in my life love it. lol if anyone could help me out with a recipe that would be great! thanks.


    You will never believe this. I found by chance the recipe here on Zaar. At least I think so. I hope you still follow this thread. I will post it in the "Request a Recipe" forum again as well.
    Schtrudels
    SingingChef
    Wed Mar 02, 2005 12:55 pm
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    hey thanks! this is super close to what we had, but instead of cutting the dough into strips, it was rolled up so there are lots of layers. otherwise, this seems to be the closest recipe found! icon_smile.gif
    myangelhayden
    Mon Mar 07, 2005 11:19 pm
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    Try my recipe for german strudels, I don't know how to link, but it's recipe #101301 and sounds just like what you're looking for!
    Mahana
    Mon Dec 05, 2005 8:39 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I would like the recipe (soft form of kolache) from the lady from Kernei. My grandparents were from Kernei, but they are gone now and I am trying to put together a cook book from that area, I am forgeting a lot of the stuff she used to cook for us. So, if it isn't to much trouble I would like the recipe. Thanks
    glitter
    Tue Dec 06, 2005 12:42 pm
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    Mahana wrote:
    I would like the recipe (soft form of kolache) from the lady from Kernei. My grandparents were from Kernei, but they are gone now and I am trying to put together a cook book from that area, I am forgeting a lot of the stuff she used to cook for us. So, if it isn't to much trouble I would like the recipe. Thanks


    Hello I have not been on here in a while and I am not sure when I can get back because I am baking alot right now. Depending on which recipe you are looking for if you have not already come across it. My mother has one from near the area you speak of. My BIL is from Kernei. And the rest of my family from the surrounding areas. I am sure the recipes do not vary that drastically. I know the kolache she makes is a softer dough, however it all needs to be weighed on a scale. It is not in cups. I would also be interested in seeing your cookbook should you complete one from that area, especially since that is where my ancestors came from and I am the first American to this country. Thank you.
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