Why tradition is not always a bad thing
Well, in Austria the celebration of Easter is still a big thing. Surrounded by your loved ones, you spend precious hours full of traditional food, family games and of course the very typical easter hunt. Of course, the choice of food itself depends on which area from Austria you are from. But one thing that is very popular through Austria is plaited easter bread. Sweet or savory, filled or plain – it’s such a delicious dessert. It can also be served as a very tasty breakfast dish. Yummie!
Follow the bunny. It has the amazing Easter bread. ― Traditional saying
Tasty can be so easy!
People often freak out when they hear the word “yeast.” It’s pure madness in their eyes – and for several years I would have totally agreed with them and looked for another, easier recipe. But why do we all think that dough made out of yeast is such a bad thing?
But why dough?
Yeast dough is as simple as it sounds – we just have to be aware of several things: yeast dough performs best in a warm and draught-free environment. The ideal temperature is approximately 35 degrees. Is the temperature higher that 45 degrees, the yeast becomes inactive. So make sure your place is warm but not hot. As we can see it’s not that difficult – just a few arrangements and our Plaited Easter bread will be the highlight of our feast this year.
Plaited Easter bread with plum butter