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    Swiss Recipes

    These are Swiss recipes which myself or my family use regularly. Some of them might not be traditionally Swiss but are from a Swiss cookbook.

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    Posted by request, this recipe is an adaptation of one found in The Swiss Cookbook by Nika Standen Hazelton. The prep time is approximate and allows for grating of carrots and beating of egg whites as well as the actual mixing up of the batter.

    Recipe #21392

    2 Reviews |  By Chickee

    These are traditional German bread rolls made from pretzel dough- so the dough can also be used to make pretzels (Brezen). A Betty Bossi recipe. Preparation time includes rising time. Dough could initially be done in the breadmaker.

    Recipe #175693

    4 Reviews |  By Chickee

    Very traditional Swiss meal. Adapted from Betty Bossi. You can also add about 200g of calf's kidney, instead of some of the veal, but I don't like it so I omit it.

    Recipe #175785

    1 Reviews |  By Chickee

    Zopf is a soft milk bread and is a family tradition with us; it is usually served with butter and jam, although can also be served with soft cheeses and cold meats. It is a breakfast or dinner bread. If you need to know how to do the plait, let me know and I'll send you a diagram! Based on a Betty Bossi recipe.

    Recipe #176065

    3 Reviews |  By Chickee

    I know this says Omlette but that is what they are called in Swiss! (pronounced om-le-tteh). They would be thin pancakes or crepes in Oz. We usually fill with sliced fried mushrooms and cheese. I had a really nice one last night with Nutella and crushed nuts! Yield will depend on the size of your pan and how thin you can make them (and how many you want to eat! We usually have 2-3 each)

    Recipe #177418

    1 Reviews |  By Chickee

    A dense caramel walnut pastry cake- think of it like a pecan pie with a lid! Traditional from the Graubunden part of Switzerland. The crust is quite biscuit like.

    Recipe #178798

    This cake can be made with an almond filling, or more famously with raspberry jam.

    Recipe #181641

    1 Reviews |  By Chickee

    Great cake with coffee and a little cream. A Betty Bossi recipe.

    Recipe #181642

    2 Reviews |  By Chickee

    These are traditional Swiss biscuits, made with moulds similar to shortbread moulds. They are hard, and great to nibble on and dunk in coffee. I also make an almond variation for those who don't care for anise, I will post separately. It makes quite a bit depending on the size of your cutters, but is easily halved.

    Recipe #184226

    1 Reviews |  By Chickee

    This is my cousin's recipe. A 'cake' in Swiss is traditionally one made in a loaf pan. This is a good coffee cake.

    Recipe #185869


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