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Dresdner Stollen

The Dresdner Stollen is the most well known kind of Stollen. For a Stollen to be allowed to carry this name, it must have been baked in the city of Dresden or in the surrounding area. For every 10 grams of flour, the Dresdner Stollen must contain at least 3 grams of butter or milk fat, 7 grams of dried fruits and candied orange and lemon peels, and 1 gram of almonds. Only those Stollen that meet these requirements can be called "Dresdner Stollen" and carry the official Dresder Stollen seal. 


Additional Information
See also Stollen.

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