Discussion in 'Food & Drink' started by Anke, Jun 10, 2001.

  1. Anke

    Anke Well-Known Member

    Lately me and some friends organized an international cooking where exchange students introduced typical meals of their country. There was also a group of Czechs who baked a very delicious dessert called Zemlbaba. (It is something like applestroodle.) Does anyone have a good recipe for it?
  2. Julie

    Julie Member

    Here is a recipe for zemlbaba I found on the internet:

    You need old rolls (dry white bread, such as French bread or baguette), milk, apples, breadcrumbs, cinnamon, sugar, butter.

    Cut the bread into slices and let soak in milk. Grate or slice the apples and mix them with sugar, cinnamon and breadcrumbs. Grease a deep baking dish with butter. Place a layer of the soaked bread on the bottom of the dish, then place a layer of the apple mixture and follow with another layer of the bread. Put a slice of butter on top and bake for about an hour.
  3. magan

    magan Well-Known Member

    Zemlbaba is same as "bread pudding".

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