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      Title: Christmas Stollen From Brigitte Sealing
 Categories: Cyberealm, Breads, Christmas
      Yield: 6 servings
 
  1 1/8 lb Flour
      7 oz Sugar
      1 pn Salt
      1 ts Vanilla
      1 ts Lemon juice
      4 tb Rum
      1 pn Cardomom (generous)
      1 pn Mace (generous)
      2    Eggs
  4 1/2 oz Butter
  4 1/2 oz Currants well drained
      9 oz Sultanas
      9 oz Almonds, finely chopped
  3 1/2 oz Candied lemon peel
  1 3/4 oz Butter for brushing
      2 tb Powdered sugar for dusting
  1 3/4 oz Beef drippings
      9 oz Cottage cheese, well drained
 
  Mix and sieve together the flour and baking powder onto a pastry
  board or cool slab. Make a well in the center and pour in the sugar,
  vanilla, rum, lemon juice, and the eggs. Draw in some flour from the
  sides of the well to mix with these and form a thick paste. Add the
  cold butter, cut into small pieces, the finely chopped beef
  drippings, cottage cheese, currants, sultanas, nuts and candied peel.
  Cover the fruits with more of the flour, and then starting from the
  middle, work all of it together quickly with your hands into a firm,
  smooth paste. If it should stick, add a little more flour. Form the
  mix into a long, oval shape, and then fold it over lengthwise to give
  it the traditional "stollen" shape.
  
  Line a baking dish with greased waxed paper and place stollen on this.
  
  Preheat the oven for 5 minutes at 500F. Then bake at a moderately hot
  over (375F) for 50-60 minutes. As soon as the stollen comes out of
  the oven, brush with melted butter and dust thickly with powdered
  sugar.





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