Czech Christmas Pastry Test

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    Creative Mom CZmrsmerwin

    Reply 1 year ago

    It tastes similar to the French brioche, Spanish Mona de Pascua or German Stollen (Stollen comes the closest) but I find Vanocka the best because it doesn't come with any sugar crust, canned fruit etc, and it's not overcombined.

    For me the most traditional way to eat it is with butter (unsalted!) and hot black tea with sugar and lemon, however, every family will tell you their own way to eat it and they're probably all worth trying.

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    Ghloomrsmerwin

    Reply 1 year ago

    It actually tastes good. Like having croissants for breakfast, only better. With milky coffee.

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    mrsmerwinGhloo

    Reply 1 year ago

    I don't like coffee. I was thinking of hot chocolate instead.

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    Ghloomrsmerwin

    Reply 1 year ago

    Was rather meaning cocoa. Hot choc would work too ... although it is not exactly "traditional Czech".