[Ad] Brotzeit ♡ #13

It’s Brotzeit-Sunday again! On Thursday I posted an article about my experiences with a German website where you can look up recipes and order your groceries straight from this side. But I only posted in German because it’s a German side and the first recipe I tested was a small failure. 😀 If you want to have a look at the cookies click HERE. But the second recipe I tested was just amazing so of course you’ll get it in English as well.


Paprika-Liebstock Brot mit Zwiebeln 5


Namely the second recipe was a Pepper Ramson Bread with Onions! Because I love homemade bread and this combination simply sounded tempting to me I had to test it. 😉 But unfortunately I didn’t find ramson. So I replaced the ramson with a herb called ‚Liebstock’ in German. Sorry but I couldn’t find an English word for it. 🙁 But it tasted fantastic.


Paprika-Liebstock Brot mit Zwiebeln 2


I absolutely can recommend this recipe this time. Not like the cookies from last time. 😉

Pepper Ramson Bread with Onions
Serves 5
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Prep Time
1 hr 30 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
2 hr
Prep Time
1 hr 30 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
2 hr
  1. • 200 g flour
  2. • 100 ml lukewarm water
  3. • a half cube fresh yeast (about 20 g)
  4. • a pinch of sugar
  5. • ¼ tsp salt
  6. • 25 ml canola oil
  7. • 1 small onion
  8. • 1 half red pepper
  9. • 1 bunch of ramson/Liebstock
  1. Place the flour and the salt in a bowl. Dissolve the yeast together with sugar in lukewarm water and add it to the flour. Cut onion, pepper and ramson/Liebstock fine and add it to the flour. Knead all ingredients with your dough hooks until combined.
  2. Let the dough rest in a warm place for about 30 minutes. Now form rolls out of the dough. They should be about 15-20 cm long. Now twist two rolls. Let the braids rest again for further 30 minutes.
  3. Place the braids for 30 minutes at 160 °C/320 °F in the oven. The bread tastes very good when it’s still warm! 😉
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  • Kim 30. December 2015 at 1:20

    Das werde ich zu Silvester ausprobieren. Passt sicherlich sehr gut zu Fondue 🙂
    Freu mich drauf.

    Danke für das tolle Rezept!

    • bakingavenue 30. December 2015 at 10:32

      Ja, das kann ich mir auch sehr gut zu Fondue vorstellen! Viel Spaß beim Ausprobieren und einen guten Rutsch wünsche ich dir und deinen Lieben! 🙂

      • Kim 31. December 2015 at 15:19

        Danke, das wünsche ich dir auch 🙂


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