The grass in the Germany really is greener; just look at those hills! The Germans are very friendly and they welcome you with open arms at the campsites.
Germany is something of a fairy tale, full of beautiful castles and fortresses and between the greenest hills of Europe run the wide rivers. Germany is a great country for cycling and walking, where you will find medieval towns and romantic villages. Eifel is a perfect place for sports enthusiasts.
Just relax by the water; there are plenty of lakes and beaches around where you can roll out your towel in beautiful places and read a book or to sail a boat across the water. In the southern Bavaria you have views of snowy peaks. Enjoy the Bavarian life!
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Population: 81 million
Area: 357 022 km²
Highest point: the Zugspitze 2962 m
Our recommendations for Germany:
For the dough: 250 g flour, 2 g of salt, 1 egg, 100 ml of warm water, 20 ml of oil. For the filling: 100 g breadcrumbs, 50 g of butter, 140 g sugar, 10 g of cinnamon, 170 g of raisins, lemon juice 10 g, 1100 g of apple slices, a few drops of rum. To finish: melted butter and powdered sugar.
In a bowl put all the ingredients in for the dough and knead until a soft but not sticky. Knead the dough into a ball and leave to rest for 30 minutes in the bowl spennellandola with a little oil. Roll out the pastry to about 2mm thick and brush them with melted butter.
Filling: Heat the butter in a pan and fry the breadcrumbs until golden brown. Mix the cinnamon and sugar and add the bread crumbs, raisins, lemon juice, apples and rum. Cover the dough with the filling, cut excess edges and gently roll the cake with the help of the cloth. Bake the strudel on a greased baking sheet until browned, about 190 ° C. After baking, immediately cover with hot butter. Let cool for at least half an hour (although it is difficult). Serve dusted with icing sugar.