Julekake, a Norwegian Christmas bread, is a holiday favorite that’s easy to make at home.
Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Toss peel with remaining ½ cup (100 grams) sugar, and place on prepared pan. Let stand until dry, 1 to 2 days. Freeze in an airtight container for up to 2 …
Add the lukewarm milk, one of the eggs and about half the flour to make a soft batter and beat well. Let rise in a warm place until double. Add the sugar, salt, cardamom, melted butter, remaining
Julekake is a Norwegian Christmas Bread which is really easy to make. The original recipe called for candied citron which I think is what we reffer to as «Sukat» in Denmark. I had neither on hand but I did have candied orange peel which I believe is more or less in the same family. The…
Because Julekake is one of our most requested recipes, we knew you’d love a version you could make in your bread machine.
Julekake. This month’s bread in “We Knead to Bake” group was Julekake. It is a Norwegian Cardamom scented Christmas bread. I was so excited when Aparna …
Beat eggs well with sugar. Add milk, butter, raisins and fruit. Sift flour, baking powder, salt and cardamon. Fold into batter, slowly. Place into greased loaf pans and bake 1 hour at 375 degrees.
Julekake (or Julekaka/ Julekaga) is a rich bread flavoured with cardamom, and is traditionally served at Christmas in many Scandinavian countries. It is particularly popular in Norway and Denmark. This bread is more cake-like in texture, very soft rich and delicious bread.
place into round, greased baking pans Brush loaves with whipped egg Let dough rise again Place on the lowest rack in the oven Bake at 375°F. (190°C.) for approximnately 35 minutes Let rest before removing from baking pans Remove from baking pans and cool completely before placing into plastic bags. This Christmas cake/Julebrød can be frozen.
The Scandinavian countries lay claim to julekage, a spiced and fruited Christmas cake. It’s often scented with cardamom and given a decorative topping, then served with coffee for a holiday treat.
Julekage. When we lived in California, a friend made these for us at Christmas. Once we moved here, I found myself missing those light, moist loaves, dotted with candied fruit and blanketed with thick frosting. So I hunted up this recipe and started making them. The cardamom gives the bread a wonderfully distinctive flavor.
Julekage – Norwegian Christmas fruit bread December 16, 2013 by Roxana 2 Comments A sweet flavorful bread, Julekage is traditionally served at Christmas in many Scandinavian countries, being most popular in Norway.