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    What is almond extract in German?

    I am trying to bake a cake but I don't know how to find the incredient in a German supermarket...
    Also, it says I should use one Tablespoon of it and a German woman told me she thinks it is a liquid in German where you would only use a few drops for baking...

    Can anyone help?

    Thanks!
    AuthorSinead25 Jul 08, 09:28
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    Vielleicht einfach nur Mandelöl?
    Öle sind doch Extrakte aus irgendwelchen Früchten, Nüssen und so weiter oder?
    #1Author Nachteule (463921) 25 Jul 08, 09:32
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    Ich würde die Frage bei "Land und Leute" stellen. Da haben schon oft Leute Tipps gekriegt, wie sie z. B. amerikanische Rezepte mit deutschen Zutaten backen.

    Die deutsche Dame meinte vielleicht Bittermandelaroma, das wird in D oft verwendet, und das nimmt man nur tropfenweise.
    #2Author Mattes (236368) 25 Jul 08, 09:34
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    Vielen Dank, ich werde im anderen Forum nochmal fragen!
    #3AuthorSinead25 Jul 08, 09:36
    SuggestionMandelextrakt ?
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    #4Author Mattes (236368) 25 Jul 08, 09:37
    SuggestionMandelöl
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    Mandelöl sounds about right to me as well.

    But if you need it to enhance the almond flavour Germans would rather use the liquid that your German friend has recomended. Instead of almond extract we would have "Bittermandelaroma" but this is a very intense artifcial flavour used in tiny quatity. you would have to adapt your receipe.

    It's like "Vanilla Extract", you can hardly get that in a german supermarkte either cause we would rather use "Vanillearoma" or "Vanillezucker".
    #5AuthorEvi25 Jul 08, 09:40
     
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