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Quick-Bread Stollen

November/December 1996

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Traditional stollens are leavened with yeast, but using baking powder speeds up preparation time. Pureed cottage cheese is a wonderful stand-in for most of the butter in the traditional recipe.



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"This stollen makes a great morning sweet bread that freezes well. I highly recommend using home-made glace or candied peel for the best flavor. I also found and used pureed cottage cheese and just used a hand-mixer to combine...
Quick-Bread Stollen Recipe

1 Review for Quick-Bread Stollen

01/17/2010
Anonymous

This stollen makes a great morning sweet bread that freezes well. I highly recommend using home-made glace or candied peel for the best flavor. I also found and used pureed cottage cheese and just used a hand-mixer to combine ingredients (instead of using a food processor).

I found the directions for shaping the dough a little confusing, and had to search some web videos for help (this was the first time that I've ever made a stollen). Basically, you make an indentation in the vertical (long) center of the rolled out dough, then fold over the one of the long sides about a third of the way (instead of folding in half). This will make the center of your bread double-height, one side single height, and fold edge about 1-1/2 height.

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