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The 14 allergens
In accordance with the EU Regulation on the provision of food information (No. 1169/2011), caterers as well as restaurant and hotel owners must inform their customers as to which food could trigger allergies or intolerances. This information obligation exists if ingredients from the 14 main categories (including products thereof) are used in the preparation of the food.
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Firm to the bite, not too hard on the outside, just cooked on the inside.
Coat the surface of the desired piece of pastry with hot, strained jam (e.g. apricot, raspberry, …).
To sterilise foods by heating.
To shape dough into balls.
Prick the rolled out dough with a fork or pastry pricker to prevent the formation of pockets of air during baking.
The outside of baked goods.
Made by boiling water and sugar.
Provide tarts, desserts, fruits with a coating, e.g. sugar icing, chocolate, jelly.
Roll or toss in icing or granulated sugar.
Mix all ingredients and form a dough.
The soft inside of baked goods.
Loosening of doughs through fermentation gases, rising of a yeast dough in the presence of moisture and a warm temperature.
Decorate or trim food, pastry, tarts, ice-cream etc.
Thicken liquid with the help of a gelling agent (agar-agar, gelatine etc.).
Fold flour into a mixture.
Chop finely, pass through a mincer.
Pour alcohol over cooked, salted or sweet desserts, ignite and serve. Pour an aromatic spirit over sweet desserts and ignite the vapours briefly.
To cover tarts and pastries with marzipan or modelling paste.
Heat a liquid (juice, sauce etc.) until part of the liquid has evaporated; reduces the amount of liquid and intensifies the taste.
To put together two pieces of pastry.
Filled oblong pastry made from choux pastry.
To form certain shapes from cream or mixtures with an icing bag.
Shortbread that is kneaded for too long or made with over-soft butter will become crumbly and the butter won’t be worked in properly.
Small, bite-sized nibbles.
Small, thinly fried pancakes.
Warm up lightly in fat without turning brown, e.g. chopped onions.
Roll out dough or marzipan to the desired thickness with a rolling pin or sheeter.