Recipes for Christmas (Page 3)

Candied walnuts
Candied walnuts can be nibbled as sweets or used to decorate cakes and tarts. The candied walnuts last several weeks in a sealed jar or can. ...
Caramelized apples
Caramelized apples are best prepared with slightly sour apples that have a firm fruit flesh. Peel the apples, remove the core and cut the apples into slices. ...
Carp blue
Carp blue In order for the carp to become blue from the vinegar, the outer layer of slime must not be damaged. Only touch the carp with wet hands. ...
Chocolate mousse black-white
Chocolate mousse black-white The two creams for the mousse au chocolat must be placed in the refrigerator for 24 hours. That is why this dessert can be prepared particularly well. ...
Christ Stollen
Christ Stollen should rest for at least 1 week before cutting so that it is easier to cut. Blanch the sultanas with boiling water. ...
Christ Stollen snacks
Christ Stollen snacks are not as elaborate to prepare as a large Christ Stollen, but taste just as good. Since you can serve Christ Stollen snacks without a plate and eat them with your fingers, they are also suitable for a Christmas party. ...
Christ Stollen with marzipan
Christ Stollen with marzipan Let Christ Stollen with marzipan rest for a few days before cutting it. Press a hollow into the middle of the flour. ...
Christ Stollen with Quark
Christ Stollen with Quark is the low calorie variant of the normal Christ Stollen. Per portion, the lighter Christ Stollen with quark has only about 182 kcal, depending on the thickness of the slices, while a Christ Stollen with yeast dough has about 631 kcal. ...
Christmas biscuits
Christmas biscuits have a taste reminiscent of gingerbread, but are not so elaborate to prepare, and can be prepared quickly and easily. However, they cannot be stored as long as gingerbread and should be kept well sealed in a biscuit tin. ...

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