Steps to Prepare Favorite Linzertorte (Austrian Jam & Nut Tart)

Linzertorte (Austrian Jam & Nut Tart). Kostenlose Lieferung möglich Liebenswert: Einfach gut fühlen! Place flour, ground almonds, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, and cloves on a clean work surface. In a large bowl, combine the first seven ingredients.

Steps to Prepare Favorite Linzertorte  (Austrian Jam & Nut Tart) Linzer Torte is often eaten at Christmas in Austria, Hungaria, Switzerland, Germany, and as a Tirolean tradition. The Linzer Torte is originally made with red currant jam. Unfortunately I wasn't able to get red currant jam so I substituted for raspberry.

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Kostenlose Lieferung möglich Liebenswert: Einfach gut fühlen! Place flour, ground almonds, sugar, baking powder, cinnamon, and cloves on a clean work surface. In a large bowl, combine the first seven ingredients.

To begin with this particular recipe, we must prepare a few components. You can have linzertorte (austrian jam & nut tart) using 17 ingredients and 12 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Linzertorte (Austrian Jam & Nut Tart):

  1. {Take 20 cm (8 in) of springform or cake pan.
  2. {Take of Nutty Pastry Dough:.
  3. {Prepare 125 g of Flour.
  4. {Get 1/2 tsp of baking powder.
  5. {Take 1 pinch of salt.
  6. {Get 1/2 tsp of ground cinnamon.
  7. {Make ready pinch of ground cloves.
  8. {Take 1 tsp of cocoa powder (optional).
  9. {Make ready 60 g of ground almonds.
  10. {Prepare 1 tsp of lemon zest.
  11. {Make ready 1 of egg.
  12. {Take 75 g of sugar.
  13. {Take 100 g of unsalted butter, cold.
  14. {Prepare of Filling:.
  15. {Prepare 250-300 g of raspberry, red current or plum jam (pflaumenmus).
  16. {Prepare 1 Tbsp of rum or other liquor.
  17. {Prepare of Milk for brushing on dough.

I used a recipe from the Austrian Tourism website as a base for the torte Original Linzer torte, the famous Austrian cake with shortcrust pastry and redcurrant jam. Easy to make and sure to please anyone. This original Linzer torte is a simple but unbelievably tasty cake made with shortcrust pastry, covered with redcurrant jam, and topped with a pastry lattice or stars. Published by the Austrian Tourist Board, the recipe consists of hazelnut and spice flavored shortcrust pastry in two layers, one as a bottom, and the other as a decorative top layer.

Steps to make Linzertorte (Austrian Jam & Nut Tart):

  1. Mix the flour, ground almonds, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, cocoa powder and lemon zest. Pile onto a large working surface and form a well in the middle..
  2. Add put chunks of cold butter around the well. Then add the sugar and egg into the well..
  3. Using your fingers, start working the egg, sugar and butter into the flour around the well..
  4. As the flour gets incorporated and a buttery dough starts to form, pull in more flour into the dough from around the sides..
  5. When all the flour is worked in, squeeze the dough tightly together into a ball. Cover with wrap and chill in the fridge for about 1 hour..
  6. Grease the cake/springform pan with butter and sprinkle with flour..
  7. After chilling, roll out 2/3 dough into a rough round shape for the pan. Press it into the bottom of the pan. Poke the bottom of the crust several times with a fork..
  8. Roll out a little of the remaining dough for the sides of the crust and press it around the sides of the pan to form an even border..
  9. Mix the jam with rum and spread in the crust..
  10. Roll out the rest of the dough into a sheet and cut into strips for the crisscross pattern across the top. It's also fun to try shapes like circles and stars 🙂 After you lay out the top, brush some milk over the crust..
  11. Preheat oven to 180C/350C. Bake for 30-40 minutes, or until the pastry dough is golden brown and the center is bubbling. (I recommend checking after 20 minutes since ovens can be quite different!). Let cool and then remove from the pan..
  12. The cake gets better as it ages, so it will actually taste better if you cover it in aluminum foil and let it set for a couple days! When you're ready to eat, slice and enjoy!.

With redcurrant jam in the middle and the optional wafers, the torte is finished off. Combine the dry ingredients (except the sugar). Beat the butter with the sugar till fluffy. Add the egg and the Kirschwasser and continue mixing adding the dry mixture. With my surplus of raspberry jam I decided to make one of my fall favorites, the linzer torte.

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