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post #1 of 4
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it says that Place the stollen on the baking tray and leave again, covered, in a warm place, to rise until doubled in size again. is that actually correct? just i have a 32cm-31cm flat tray and i don't want it going over the edges so if it doesn't rise to double the size what sort of size should i be making the stollen?

post #2 of 4

It looks like you have to shape 2 smaller stollen instead of just one to fit both on the same pan side by side.

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post #3 of 4

If you feel that the 2 half smaller stollen are too crowded on your 31 by 32 pan,I want to let you know that you could also use a round 10 " cake pan to bake the second half of your stollen on. A stollen can also be shaped round .There is no such thing as a stollen police checking on you.

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Only the smart ones are doing it while they are still alive.

Wer den Pfennig nicht ehrt,

Ist des Talers nicht wehrt !

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Every smoker quits smoking sooner or later!

Only the smart ones are doing it while they are still alive.

Wer den Pfennig nicht ehrt,

Ist des Talers nicht wehrt !

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post #4 of 4
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That sounds about right..I'm not too sure on this kind of stuff all the time so I usually find great recipe sites to help me out with my cooking.

I usually use this one here <edited for spam>. They have some awesome recipes here and maybe you can find what your looking for on there!

 

Good luck

 

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