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Looking for Christmas stollen recipe by Thomas Haas


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I am in love with the Christmas Stollen by Thomas Haas. I ate a whole loaf last year. I think I'm still working it off :) I have read in some posts that his recipe was posted several years ago. But I can't find it anywhere. I'm hoping someone might still have it ?

 

There was a discussion about stollen several years ago here, and someone mentioned that the recipe had been published in a local paper (Metro). Someone posted a link to the recipe on the Metro site but that page has since been deleted. Thank goodness for the way back machine! Try this link...

https://web.archive.org/web/20060319073246/http://www.citytv.com/vancouver/Stollen.aspx

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I'm gonna go bake something…

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Not only the flour combination, but that is one huge amount of yeast - 70g fresh yeast would equate to about 30g of instant yeast which, in my humble opinion is about three times what I would use. Any thoughts of why so much yeast?

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