- 5 Eier
- 400 g Mehl
- 12 EL Sahne
- 8 EL Milch
- 2 EL Rum
- 150 g Nougat schnittfest (alternativ 6 EL Kakaopulver)
- 150 g Mascarpone
- 200 g Butter in Zimmertemperatur
- 250 g Zucker
- 1 Pck. Vanillezucker
- 1 Prise Salz
- 1 Pck. Backpulver
Nussnougat sanft im Wasserbad schmelzen.
Cremige Butter, Rum, Zucker, Vanillezucker und Salz schlagen.
Die Eier nacheinander unterrühren und dann die Mascarpone dazu geben.
Das Backpulver und Mehl vermischen.
Abwechselnd die Mehlmischung und Sahne und 4 EL Milch unterrühren.
Die Hälfte vom Teig in eine eingefettete Kuchenform füllen.
Den Nussnougat und die restlichen 4 EL Milch in den übrigen Teig mischen.
Teig ebenfalls in die Kuchenform geben und ggf. mit einer Gabel spiralförmig Muster ziehen.
Für 60 Minuten bei 160° Grad im vorgeheizten Ofen backen.
Zum Schluss mit Puderzucker bestreuen und servieren.
Colmar is located in the Alsace region of France and it really feels like one big fairytale town.
The houses and shops in Colmar are so intricately decorated. It’s so nice to see how much effort everyone seems to put into these things.
You constantly looking up for beautiful architecture details or particularly lovely flower pots.
Here’s a little more of colourful Alsace..
HOW TO GET THERE
From Paris: 2:30 hours by train.
From Strasbourg: trains leave each half an hour. One way ticket price: 10-15 Euro.
In 35 minutes you will be in beautiful Colmar.
It’s also close to Switzerland and Germany.
We do little trips out to the surrounding towns on the famous Alsatian wine route to Eguisheim and Riquewhir.
On our way back home we stopped in Strasbourg for a few hours.
WHERE WE STAYED
We stayed two nights in Les têtes in Colmar and I would totally recommend it. It’s a typical timbered house located in the centre of Colmar. You can park your car at the Scheurer-Kestner-Parkplatz. There is no parking fee on sundays.
HOW LONG SHOULD YOU STAY
We spent one weekend in October in beautiful Alsace.
Colmar isn’t that big and you can easily explore it just in one day on foot.
Eguisheim and Riquewihr are even smaller. 1-2 hours per village is enough.
WHEN TO GO
We went in October. So you’ll not only find the colourful houses, but even the trees change their leaves in the most beautiful autumn colours.
In my opinion every season is a good season to go to Alsace. Riquewhir is best known for his dreamy Christmas market as well.
WHAT TO EAT
Alsace will try to charm you not only with all those pretty houses, but with mighty fine local cuisine, too.
A tarte flambée is a must!
Bretzels are sold everywhere, even a Bretzellerie you’ll find in Eguisheim.
You have to taste the amazing gingerbread, the yummy crepes, delicious cheese, …
After all Alsace is well known for some of France’s best white wine. You can do a wine tasting as well.
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66, quai de l’Hôtel de Ville, 75004 Paris
A typical French bistro, close to the Pont Louis Phillip bridge that crosses the Seine River to the island. Delicious coffee.
52 rue de l’Hôtel-de-Ville, 75004 Paris
The place to go if you love coffee and are in Paris.
51 Galerie de Montpensier, 75001 Paris
Café Kitsuné is a must visit when in Paris. Grap a coffee and go sit on one of the benches outside. The Café is great located close to Palais Royal.
17 Rue de l’Ancienne Comédie, 75006 Paris
The ambiance is superb! In my opinion the most beautiful place to have your lunch or coffee. This place is so huge and every angle looks unique. It is really something very special. You definitely have to look around, when you are here. It is also great located in the beautiful area of St. German.
But it has it’s price. A pizza margherita for 17 Euro. Bon appétit.
6 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris
A glashouse on 2 floors. It’s a modern place with beautiful details. It’s very popular and can be overcrowded, so you better have to reserve. You will find this beautiful place right next to La Galerie Vivienne.
37 Rue de la Bûcherie, 75005 Paris
A little coffee shop at the famous bookstore.
19 Rue du Pont aux Choux, 75003 Paris
The smallest coffee shop in Paris.
18 Rue Royale, 75008 Paris
Without any doubt the best macarons. Try it yourself or bring it home with you as a gift.
6 Rue Jean du Bellay, 75004 Paris
A lovely place with a very traditional Parisian vibe.