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History Of Jewish Coffee Cake

Posted on 14 December, 2018
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maggiemakeupaddict.com -History Of Jewish Coffee Cake Ashkenazi coffee cake, most often made with sour cream, is a dish with a history going back to 17th century Eastern Europe. Recipes for this pastry have changed over time. Though the original Jewish coffee cakes called for coffee as one of the main ingredients, today most such cakes are perfect partners for a hot cup of joe, but are totally caffeine-free.

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History Of Jewish Coffee Cake Coffee Cake. When enjoying coffee cake after Shabbat, some families like to sprinkle the fragrant spices used in havdalah on top of the cake. Sweet, and containing nuts, cinnamon, and/or chocolate, a slice of coffee cake is one of the best ways to make a meal special.

Sour cream coffeecake history & recipe. Sour Cream Coffeecake. The “Streusel Coffee Cake” in A Book of Cooking and Pastry by C.F. Pfau (Quincy, IL, 1887), the first record of the word streusel in an American cookbook, was a traditional yeast-raised treat rolled out and topped with streusel.

Jewish coffee cake {made with a nut crumble topping}. This Jewish Coffee Cake is an amazing dessert filled with a nut crumble that is perfect to serve at special occasions or as a weekend treat! This is definitely an indulgent, make-once-in-awhile kind of treat.

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