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#1 of 6 Old 12-14-2002, 11:02 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I made this delicious Christmas Stollen loaf a few years ago. However, in that time we have moved and my recipe - is gone. If anyone has the El molino Flour Mills cookbook, please pm me the Stollen recipe. I'm pregnant and I have a ferocious craving for this bread and there is nothing comparable to it in town.

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What is Stollen? I've never tasted it or noticed it b4 but I saw it for sale yesterday at a farmer's market. What's in it?
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Hello - Stollen is a yeast leavened sweetbread, German in origin, I think. Its made with flour, eggs, sugar, and mixed dried fruit. Its typically a recipe reserved for Christmas and it tastes, oh so good!!
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Did you ever find the recipe? I see someone is selling a used El Molino cookbook online for a dollar, but I don't have it so I don't have the recipe. http://www.adigroup.com/bott/misc.htm
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No, unfortunately I was not able to find my recipe. Thanks for the tip about the book for sale though. As it is now Christmas Eve it looks as tho I'll have to do without - sigh....

Thanks - wishes for peace and joy to everyone!!!
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sorry you didn't get it in time- i know aldi's has stollen (aldi's is a german chain that we get out here in tn instead of trader joe's: - owned by same co.) they have persipan flavor- like marzipan but with apricot kernals. yum!)

if anyone has el molino mills (how i miss them! we went on a field trip once) carob recipes, i'd love some of those... got carob flour and molasses, but few recipes. thanks!

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